Join Geoff Openshaw and Jared Gillins as they break down a healthy mix of Latter-day Saint news, a veritable grab-bag, if you will. And you will! Whether it’s talk Church administration, missionaries on television in Europe, statistical breakdowns of membership globally, or grading the Church’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s all here.
- For the first time, Area Seventies were released outside of General Conference
- Former Utah governor and cabinet member under President George W. Bush, Mike Leavitt, has been appointed the president of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square
- The Church News has a nice little map of countries with the most Latter-day Saints
- The activities committee might make a return in your ward!
- The man who tried to rob missionaries for drugs has been sentenced
- A missionary appeared on TV in Kosovo, speaking Albanian (and we get into linguistics)
- What’s that? A cross on the Lima Peru Temple?
- San Salvador Brazil Temple breaks ground
- What grade would you give the Church’s response to the pandemic?
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