Latter-Day Saint
Member of the Mormon Church. Taken from the Church's official moniker.

Used in abbreviation as an adjectivial reference to things Mormon; e.g., "the Adam-God Theory is not official L.D.S. doctrine."

See also Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, The, saint.
 
L.D.S.
See Latter-Day Saint.
 
leadership conference
A regular series of training meetings for the district leaders, zone leaders, and assistants to the president in a mission.
 
legend
A missionary whose successes and/or exploits were so amazing and inspirational that his fame lives on in the mission long after his release -- sometimes for years afterward.

Most legends tend to accrete around righteous, upright missionaries, though it is rumored that there exists a subculture in which legendary tales of bold rulebreaking are passed down from one generation of elders to the next.

But I wouldn't know anything about that.
 
L.S.D.
Lysergic acid diethylamide, C20H25N3O. A powerful hallucinogen.

Not to be confused with L.D.S., as Captain James T. Kirk did in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home -- though I wouldn't particularly recommend experimentation with either one.
 

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