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What is the worth of a soul?

This question has been posed in countless Sunday School classes, Missionary trainings, Seminaries and Institutes since June 1829. It was then that Joseph Smith, Oliver Cowdery and David Whitmer received a revelation in which the Lord exclaimed His answer to this question: “The worth of souls is great in the sight of God!” (D&C 18:10)

5 For $25: Fall Into Family Activities!

Did the summer heat depress not only your spirit, but your family activities? This fall is the perfect chance to bounce back and make lasting memories! The kids are back in school, and it’s a great time to plan active weekends. This is the time of year when gratitude for an Arizona lifestyle heals our hearts. After all, the sun is still shining, the heat is finally burning off as people head outdoors for hiking and playing. Wonderful deals abound to get families up and moving! Try each of these activities with your family and make this fall memorable.

Tempe Couple’s Home Exhibits Their Remarkable Careers In Music

Seeing a piano in an LDS home isn’t extraordinary. But seeing 12, of multiple sizes and centuries, says there’s a story to be told.

That Chocolate Craving

I struggle often to contain my sweet tooth. There are just too many delicious things to eat. But in deference to my doctor and my future health, I try to be good and find recipes that will satisfy my sugar cravings without destroying my sugar levels, and this recipe does that with the bonus of being gluten free for those who have gluten sensitivities.

Missionary Interview Questions: A Guide For Preparation

In October of last year, the Church announced changes to the missionary program. Managing Director Gary Crittenden and General Authority Seventy Elder Brent H. Nielson shared several announcements, including the introduction of a new set of eligibility and worthiness interview questions for prospective missionaries.

Hyrum Smith Phelps: Pioneer and Maricopa Stake Patriarch

The Phelps family heritage is a veritable “Who’s Who” of local LDS family names. Hyrum Smith Phelps was born in Nauvoo, Illinois, February 26, 1846. His parents, Morris and Sarah Thompson Phelps, had been expelled from Kirtland, Ohio, and Independence, Missouri, and Hyrum was still young when, forced out again, they migrated with other early Latter-day Saints.

Have You Seen Norman Mouse?

Have you seen Norman Mouse, his Mama and Papa and little sister, Emily? They are a typical LDS family facing typical family issues. Norman is a featured guest in The Arizona Beehive. We hope you will grow to love Norman as we have.

Well Suited: The “Mr. Mac Experience” Comes to Arizona

Over the past 50 years, Mr. Mac has set itself apart as Utah’s go-to source and the name synonymous with high value and high quality in men’s suits, sports coats and accessories.

Now, with the opening of a Mr. Mac location in Gilbert this past December, Arizonans can enjoy what is known as the “Mr. Mac Experience.”

Authors Seek Information For Mesa Easter Pageant Book

The story of the Mesa Easter Pageant spans 80 years and is one of service and sacrifice as the time and talents of thousands of people have come together to present the life and miracles of Jesus Christ in drama, music and dance. Over the course of those years, it has touched hundreds of thousands of lives, inspired testimonies and has been a powerful force for good for the entire community.

A Maverick Meets A Missionary: Senator John McCain’s Visit To The Mesa Temple Visitors’ Center

The recent death of Arizona State Senator John McCain invoked a wide range of emotional responses from those that knew, and knew of him. Upon his passing, Mesa immigration law attorney Yasser Sanchez reached out to The Arizona Beehive to reflect upon a recent and profound experience he shared with Senator McCain. With his blessing, we share this with you.