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SALT LAKE CITY — Dave McCann sits down “One on One” with six ordinary people who have extraordinary stories to tell.
Olympic Silver medalist Noelle Pikus Pace: From the top of the mountain … to an emotional rock bottom. The up-and-down challenges since winning at the Sochi Olympics.
LDS Blogger Al Fox Carraway: Being unfairly judged is a painful experience. Find out what this newly baptized “tattooed Mormon” did in response to being judged that not only changed her life. It’s changed the way millions of people see their own lives.
Elder Richard Hinckley, the son of President Gordon B. Hinckley, former president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his wife, Jane, have a most unusual calling for the LDS Church. They have been assigned to be “the face of the LDS Church” for visiting VIPs.
Gene and Julia Moffitt: This unassuming couple works quietly behind the scenes to make certain thousands of struggling people throughout the Salt Lake Valley are getting help and finding hope. They are the directors for the LDS Church’s inner-city mission project, where they oversee more than 800 senior-couple missionaries.
Angie Denison is the executive producer over Special Projects at KSL TV. Contact her at email@example.com.