First Line News Articles for Sunday, October 22 2017
HuffPost reporters found out what BYU students have known for awhile: Mormon millennials are changing the world.
As Diablo winds blasted the wildfire out of the mountains and down into the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa in the middle of the night on Oct. 9, Jack Reisner saw the first embers arriving.
After meeting for a year in an LDS stake center, the Shir-Ha-Ma’alot Jewish congregation listened to a Shabbat service sermon by Rabbi Richard Steinberg titled, “What We Have Learned from Our Friends.”
Missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are being transferred out of Madagascar temporarily due to an outbreak of the plague.
Work in a holy temple — a sacred hall where patrons can gain a witness of the Atonement of Jesus Christ — is the crown jewel of all the work in the Church, Latter-day Saint leaders said during the 2017 Seminar for New Temple Presidents and Matrons on Oct. 9-12.