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A voice for Faith and Family. Utah's first newspaper, founded in 1850 by Mormon pioneers.

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Why I don't care whether you breast-feed or bottle-feed

How to miss a childhood: The dangers of paying more attention to your cell phone than your children

How to get twice as much done by cutting your to-do list in half

Elder David A. Bednar urged members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to use social media to flood the earth with gospel messages. #lds #quotes #socialmedia #byudevo #sharegoodness

Harry Potter trivia quiz: Can you get 10 points for Gryffindor?

Dear daughter, I hope you never conform to the perverse standards of a disordered world

Motherhood Matters: 3 unbelievably simple parenting ideas that work

Do you know which #LDS general authority this is? Test your knowledge and take this quiz on #Mormon apostles. | Deseret News

'You can be bitter or better': Alex Boye releases feel-good video about making lemonade | Deseret News #LDS #Mormon

Motherhood Matters: Tried-and-true road trip tips for families | Deseret News #roadtrip #kids #carrides

The important thing about yelling

Put down your phone, pick up your child (+video). #Family #dads #newborn | Deseret News

More than 20 places to watch free outdoor movies in Utah. #Summer #family #activities

Videographer explains drone flight over D.C. Temple, expresses newfound appreciation for LDS Church. #Mormon #Temples

5 rules for a happy marriage

One mother's plea: 'Am I enough?'

10 things I learned when I stopped yelling at my kids

To the lady ashamed of being pregnant with her fourth child

28 tips for every Mormon couple: Marriage advice, encouragement from LDS leaders

17 dating rules for my sons

Mother’s Day: Dread or delight?

When it’s OK to ignore your children

Where God meets mothers: In the everyday survival | DeseretNews.com

To serve or not to serve: BYU star athletes discuss the role of missionary service