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The Mormon Channel is a new around-the-clock radio station from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes called Mormons. This is an official station currently available on the Internet and on HDRadio in areas that carry Bonneville broadcasts. An I-Phone app is also in the approval process. Podcasts are available for download. Read more
Filed under: Internet, Technology and the LDS Home, The Internet for the LDS Teen
No, not that Cha-Cha!
The Army of Helaman is one of my favorite stories from the Book of Mormon. I am inspired by the faith and courage of the two thousand sons who went to battle to defend their families and their homes. They were young men of character and honor. We know that they were young men “who were true at all times in whatsoever they were entrusted.”
If you’re a teenager you probably have a MySpace account. These social networking sites are so popular with teens today. In fact, with the exception of a handful of sites, most of these social networking sites are aimed at teenagers and young adults.
Yesterday my husband and I recommitted ourselves to reading the Book of Mormon again from beginning to end. We’ve given ourselves until December 31st of this year, so we have a little over two months to do it. Remember that challenge from President Hinckley in 2005 to read or re-read the Book of Mormon before the end of that year? Well, we thought we would try that again this year. I can’t think of a better way to say goodbye to 2007.