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A mom’s tender heart is tested any time her child goes away, no matter the age.
Mesa’s Ross Farnsworth spent several decades as chairman and CEO of various Farnsworth Companies developing land and real estate projects, driven by his desire to help people and the community he loved.
Authorities have recovered a rare first-edition of the Book of Mormon believed to be stolen from a downtown Mesa bookstore over Memorial Day weekend, and have taken a man into custody in connection with the reported theft.
Finding the two missionaries’ apartment was easy. A portrait of a redhaired Christ in a red robe, a depiction by artist Del Parson that is widely displayed in entrances to Mormon buildings, was taped to their window facing 82nd Street just north of McDonald Drive in Scottsdale.
A rare, first-edition copy of one of the Mormon community’s most holy books has been missing for nearly a week, and its owner would like to have it back so it can complete its religious mission.
Leave it to mom to deliver the best news.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's internationally-acclaimed ski resorts are the main reason people visit Salt Lake City in the winter, but there are plenty of fun, free and interesting things to do in Salt Lake City while in the area and other times of year. Here's a sampling:
T. Dennis Barney, an influential East Valley developer and businessman who played a key role in improving the neighborhood around the Mesa Mormon temple, died Monday at the age of 62.
A rare, first-edition of the Book of Mormon that was helping to provide funds for missionary work before going missing last month will soon resume its own mission following the arrest of the man police say took the book with plans to sell it page by page.
Now comes the first wave of baby boomers entering retirement, and Don Parrott believes they’ve got a lot more left inside them that would further the Kingdom of God.
The Vatican is launching an iPhone application, and it chose a California priest to deliver the app's inspirational message.
April 2, 2005
It’s not just your spiritual health that concerns today’s churches. A majority of congregations surveyed are actively involved in ministering to the physical and mental health of their communities, whether or not you’re a churchgoer.
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