Buckle up for another great week of Latter-day Saint/Mormon/LDS news. Jared Gillins will be your co-host du semaine, and there’s plenty of interesting content to cover over the next 60+ minutes.
Latter-day Saint News
- President Nelson commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a message about combating racism and bigotry
- We reflect on four years of President Nelson in office
- Who would run the Church of the Quorum of the Twelve was wiped out?
- Elder Gong wouldn’t let his gay son post a photo of the family at a meal with his son’s partner
- BYU updates protest policy
- Australian news covers a parliamentary candidate’s Church membership for no reason
- Dismembered body in Idaho identified as that of an axe murderer (and Latter-day Saint!)
- “Captain Moroni” from January 6 Capitol insurrection enters into a plea deal
- Dedication date for Guam temple
- January Face to Face event postponed due to COVID
- Temple Department reminds temple workers to wear a mask, some temples reduce capacity
- Indigenous Latter-day Saints struggle to reconcile history
- James C. Jones releases his anti-racism course without Deseret Book’s help
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