First Line News Articles for Saturday, December 3 2022
Since 2016, #LightTheWorld has grown into a global initiative with millions of participants each Christmas. Throughout the holiday season, individuals are invited to perform acts of service to show love and kindness like Jesus did — one by one.
An emphasis on young single adults serving in all YSA callings except stake president and bishop is one of the several newly adjusted guidelines cited in a notice titled “Strengthening Young Single Adults.”
Parkview Community Mission in Lynchburg received a massive donation on Thursday morning.
Christmas lights symbolize the peace and goodwill public servants and faith leaders try to create, a Latter-day Saint apostle told two notable audiences this week.
Sam Farley had just returned from a mission in New York City. He was attending Rick’s College, now known as BYU—Idaho, when someone approached him because they had heard that he used American Sign Language in the mission field. They needed an interpreter for the university’s Tuesday devotional.
‘His light has the power to change the world,’ Elder Montoya says as Christmas lights turned on at Mexico City temple
More than 100,000 participate in country-wide event marking the beginning of the Christmas season in Mexico
See the unwrapping celebrations as the 2022 Giving Machines open in 28 locations across the U.S. and around the world for #LightTheWorld