January 17, 2021

First Line News Articles for Sunday, January 17 2021

LDS News

Latin America’s first young single adult ward created in Mexico City

Latin America’s first young single adult ward created in Mexico City

New Joseph Smith Papers podcast promises ‘important details’ of the priesthood restoration

As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints begin studying the Doctrine and Covenants as part of this year’s “Come, Follow Me” curriculum, the Joseph Smith Papers Project is releasing a new podcast that examines a pivotal period in early Latter-day Saint history.

President Nelson will reach a new milestone in church history

Thursday is the third anniversary of the start of President Russell M. Nelson’s administration as the prophet-leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

‘Go on your way rejoicing,’ Elder Rasband tells missionaries worldwide in online devotional

Citing the examples and teachings of prophets and apostles from ancient scriptures to latter days, Elder Ronald A. Rasband invited missionaries worldwide to understand what rejoicing is and to rejoice in the Lord and His call to them to assist in the work of salvation.

4 things bishoprics are encouraged to do in January to help youth progress

The Young Men and Young Women general presidencies are encouraging bishoprics to work closely with ward youth leaders to complete four actions this month to help youth progress on the covenant path.

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