LDS Living Blog
Find out which temples are being renovated and which will have their open houses in 2015 in this week's top LDS stories!
Temple Openings and Closures
The Cordoba Argentina Temple: This open house will run from April 17 through May 2.
The Payson Utah Temple: This open house will run from April 24 through May 23.
The Friberg Germany Temple: This temple will close on February 9, 2015 and remain closed through May 2016.
Between Santa visiting your house, unwrapping gifts, checking stockings, and visiting grandparents, who has time to make a gourmet breakfast? Check out these 20 festive and delicious breakfast recipes that will help you have a picture perfect Christmas morning meal—without the stress.
Christmas morning is already chaotic enough without the extra hassle of cooking. So, why not do all the prep when little kids are fast asleep and your waiting up for Santa? This is a great recipe to throw together on Christmas Eve.
Gooey Caramel Pull-Aparts
Recipe by Six Sisters
- 16 frozen dinner rolls (Rhodes rolls are the best)
- 1 pkg. (3.5 ounces) cook n serve butterscotch pudding (not instant)
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans (or walnuts)
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 6 Tbls melted butter
Thaw frozen roll dough in a zip lock bag for about 2 hours just until thawed. Don’t let them rise. Cut each roll into 6 pieces. We have found that scissors are the easiest way to cut the dough. Just make sure they are sanitized.
Grease bundt pan (or 2 bread pans). Sprinkle nuts on bottom. Arrange 8 of the cut rolls over nuts. Sprinkle 1/2 package of dry pudding over rolls. Mix sugar and melted butter together and drizzle half over rolls. Then repeat with the other 8 rolls cut up, pudding, and sugar/butter mixture. Can sprinkle with a little bit of cinnamon.
Stay up to date on the latest LDS stories--where you can get the Church's Bible videos on DVD, the official video for the world's largest live nativity (featuring the Mormon Tabernacle choir!), and more!
Church Releases Bible Videos on DVD
Favorite Bible stories, like the Parables of Wheat & Tares, Mustard Seed, and Leaven and Raising Lazarus from the Dead are now available in a single collection for your home, just in time to give as gifts for neighbors, missionaries, or relatives.
From presidents and popes to rappers and authors, the Book of Mormon has come into the hands of some incredible public figures, showing that nothing can stop the "Word" from going forth.
Photo retrieved from chicagosuntimes.com.
Elvis didn't relish his title of King. As he said, “there is only one King,” and that was Jesus Christ (Brother Paul’s Mormon Bathroom Reader, Paul B. Skousen, 2005).
Deeply religious and a heavy reader of spiritual topics, Elvis showed considerable interest in the LDS Church and read many books by Mormon authors.
Elvis received his first Book of Mormon through the gates at Graceland, his home in Memphis. A young LDS woman and ardent Elvis fan, Cricket Butler, handed him this precious book, which was returned to her after his death. This 1976 version of the Book of Mormon took quite the journey, passing through the hands of Alan Osmond before finally ending up at Church headquarters.
Want to learn how a Mormon influenced Mickey Mouse or what prophets have said about Old Saint Nick? Then you won't want to miss these incredible top stories.