March 5, 2021

First Line News Articles for Friday, March 5 2021

LDS News

How RootsTech Connect went from 130,000 to 1.1 million

Following last week’s first virtual-only RootsTech Connect, organizers have counted more than 1.1 million participants from over 240 countries and territories — by far the largest global gathering in the conference’s 10-year history.

Why there were only 6 founding members of the Church and more facts about the historic event

Many of this year’s Come, Follow Me lessons could be considered history lessons as much as they are teachings of gospel principles. This week’s lesson on the founding of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 6, 1830, is no exception

President Oaks on what sets the Church — and missionaries — apart

While all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints bear Christ’s name, missionaries of the Church bear His name in an especially visible way.

How Sister Aburto found healing from both sides of the veil after tragedy

To the average person, the date of Oct. 15, 1989, might not hold much significance. But for Sister Reyna I. Aburto, this day changed her life forever. And it all started with the moment she chose to reach for the Savior.

What you need to know about updates to seminary graduation

New requirements for seminary graduation are part of an effort to support students in establishing a habit of discipleship and to harmonize seminary curriculum with home gospel study.

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