As we come to the end of 2015, we are taking a look back at all the things we’ve reported on for the LDS Church this year.
We’ve covered a lot – from temple open houses to humor stories — and we’e learned a lot too. Here are 10 of the most-visited LDS stories on UtahValley360 in 2015:
These 20 unsuspected facts had us wondering what else we don’t know about the LDS Church’s history.
From Ricks College to the adoption services provided by the Church, we were surprised at the changes, as were you.
As a peculiar people, we had fun pointing out some quirks Church members have, especially when it comes from the eyes of a non-member.
In 2015, the LDS Church published a number of updated pages on lds.org explaining Church doctrine and history. One of the topics clarified was about Heavenly Mother, so we put together a short, readable list about what the Church has said.
With technological advancements and the LDS Church being progressive, we listed five Church resources that will slowly fade away until they are extinct.
Mormons seem to be everywhere, which doesn’t exclude the business world. Once we realized this, we decided to list a few of the successful businesses owned by Mormons.
After touring the Payson Utah Temple in April, we put together a list of details to look for while touring the open house. Look for coverage of the Provo City Center Temple beginning in January.
Looking at the percentage of LDS members to the state population, we listed the top 10 states with the highest percentage of Mormons in the state’s population.
It’s become a yearly tradition for our staff to brainstorm some of the most ridiculous LDS-themed Valentine’s Day cards we can come up with, and we are glad you love them too. Look for another round of cringeworthy Mormon Valentine’s in February 2016.
Using general conference talks as our main resource, we helped narrow down goals from the brethren to 15 potential New Year’s resolutions. We did it again this week with “16 New Year’s Resolutions from the prophets for 2016.”