First Line News Articles for Sunday, April 22 2018
Just two months after fearing for their lives as they fled Stoneman Douglas High School, ten of the survivors, along with volunteers with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints helped transform a youth shelter into a source of inspiration.
The countywide tornado warning began firing at staccato-like intervals on Bethany Vermillion’s cell phone on what was becoming an unforgettable Saturday afternoon in late August 2017.
A fundamental disagreement between Latter-day Saint Christianity and mainstream Christianity concerns the doctrine of the Trinity. Both outsiders and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints themselves commonly say Mormons reject the doctrine.
Clad in bright clothing showcasing the energy and beauty of this nation, Indian Latter-day Saints line up, hours before a scheduled meeting with President Russell M. Nelson on Thursday.
Sarah Sellers describes the weather during Monday’s Boston Marathon as a “monsoon.” But what she experienced as a runner while she drew strength from spectators along the route reminded her of a scripture from Doctrine and Covenants 84:88, in which the Lord promises to send angels to support his children during their trials.