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August 10, 2022

First Line News Articles for Wednesday, August 10 2022

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Church feeds more than 2,500 people in Ethiopia

Life has been difficult for many people in Megenagna, a village in the area of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Many have been displaced because of conflict in northern Ethiopia. They and others are poverty-stricken, homeless or economically struggling.

President Dallin H. Oaks: ‘We have got to think about religious freedom for all the children of God’

President Dallin H. Oaks has spoken about religious freedom for much of his 38-year Apostolic ministry.

Semitruck of food to feed thousands of people in Grays Harbor and Olympic Peninsula

There’s a Bible verse that includes the words, “filling our hearts with food and gladness.” Well, it looks as though The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints did just that with a sizable effort to help out seniors, children and families in Grays Harbor County, and throughout the Olympic Peninsula.

Watch: Canada’s virtual Primary choir and love for the temple will leave you in tears

There are now 200,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in Canada. To celebrate this membership milestone, a virtual choir of 183 diverse young voices from across the country joined forces for a special rendition of the Primary song “I Love to See the Temple.”

Get to know the artist who made the Second Coming painting in the Washington D.C. Temple

Most budding artists start their career in a spare room at home, crowding out other family needs. Dan Wilson was no exception — starting in an upstairs bedroom. Over the next few years, he graduated to the living room and then to a portion of the unfinished basement that eventually had four walls and a door.

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