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July 23, 2019

Past Issues

VIDEO: Hidden Miracles: Life After the Sandy Hook Tragedy (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

We think of miracles as large and grand – and they can be – but there are miracles all around us that we take for granted, including spiritual miracles and finding happiness amid hurt and pain.

The Secret to Unity that President Nelson Told the NAACP (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

“We are all connected, and we have a God-given responsibility to help make life better for those around us,” President Russell M. Nelson said during a nine-minute evening speech. “We don’t have to be alike or look alike to have love for each other. We don’t even have to agree with each other to love each other. If we have any hope of reclaiming the goodwill and sense of humanity for which we yearn, it must begin with each of us, one person at a time.”

Church Expands Global Youth Conference Program (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

Plans have been announced to expand a youth conference program for Latter-day Saint youth around the world. The international For the Strength of Youth (FSY) program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been operating outside the United States for more than a decade under the direction of area presidencies and area leaders.

Ten Tips for Improving Your Posture (and Why it Matters) (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

How’s your posture these days? Some recent photos were a big indicator that mine needs some help! Here are ten tips that will help us all stand straight and tall for as long we live!

New Monument Connects Past Pioneers with Today’s Immigrants Looking for a Better Life (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

Remembering more than 650 children who died during the 19th century emigration to Utah.

Detroit News Op-Ed: NAACP and Church Leaders Stand on the Side of Solidarity (Sunday 21 July, 2019)

President Russell M. Nelson’s speech tonight in the same space in Detroit where Martin Luther King Jr. spoke and marched 56 years ago reflects the spirit of solidarity that has long been imbued in the work of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). So say Karen Boykin-Towns (NAACP Board of Directors vice chair) and Sister Sharon Eubank (first counselor in the general presidency of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) in a Sunday op-ed in The Detroit News.