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December 2022 Get the print and digital editions of this month's issue plus access to past issues of Deseret Magazine.
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How positive giving lifts us personally and society as a whole.
When someone calls 988, that means there’s still hope.
Joseph’s House was originally meant to provide dignified deaths to homeless victims of the AIDS epidemic.
Adopting has never been simple in America. It’s even less so in a post-Roe v. Wade America.
I wish faith was as easy to pass down as wide-set eyes because the stakes are so much higher.
We caught up with Noah Feldman to discuss his book, his fascination with Latter-day Saints and his role in helping create Facebook’s Oversight Board.
As our planet’s climate continues to change, recognizable weather and snow patterns have become less predictable, putting humans in the crosshairs of unprecedented climactic events.
The very things that defined living in the West for generations — self-sufficiency, unpretentiousness, proximity to nature — are now an act of rebellion for some.
The backlash is about more than a longing for childhood nostalgia alone.
Psychologist Lisa Miller says science shows depression and spirituality are two sides of one door.
How a rabbi hopes to transform political disagreement into strengthened relationships, creative problem solving and collective insights.