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- 61 Psaltery & Lyre: Kay Porter, “Mother Mold”
- Ride to Church in Hyderabad, India
- 60 Psaltery & Lyre: Jeremy Windham, “Goliath in Love”
- Flooding the Book of Mormon with the Book of Mormon
- Battle Hymn of My Mormon Mother
- A Celebration of Motherhood
- Motherhood Is Not the Essense of my Personhood
- 3 Little Gurus
- 59 Psaltery & Lyre: James A. Clark, “Elegy for a Stranger”
- [Mormon] Mother’s Prayer for Its Child
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Our Favorite Mormons Archive
When once described as outspoken, Dorothy Parker quipped: “Outspoken … by whom?” When historians suggest that Edwin Woolley was an outspoken Mormon bishop, I have the same reply. If you...
Ed: Um, hi! Welcome to the … um … “Our Favorite Mormons Show.” I’m Ed … and, my guest today is … one of the … greatest musicians, I mean...
Of all the superhero catch phrases, Wonder Woman’s frequent invocation of “Merciful Minerva!” puzzled me most as a kid since Minerva (the Roman version of Athena) represented wisdom and learning,...
This summer as you watch Olympic athletes receive their medals, I ask you to remember the individual who founded a Utah company that manufactured many of these medals in years...
This is a guest post by Mark B (aka, Mark Mighty And Strong) about an early Mormon feminist and her husband, who is the most effective Mormon missionary you’ve never...
Generally, we’ll try to avoid showcasing General Authorities of the LDS Church as a part of this series, not because GAs are not our favorite Mormons, but because we like...
Doves & Serpents is initiating a new feature we call “Our Favorite Mormons.” Consider it a biographical and uncorrelated version of Mormon.org, where we will tell the stories of Latter-day...