In Secular France, What Did the Media Think of the Paris Temple? | Meridian Magazine

“The difficulty in France is that nobody wants to follow an institutional religion. Religion is viewed with suspicion.” Other institutions want no connection

Source: In Secular France, What Did the Media Think of the Paris Temple? | Meridian Magazine

2017 An Evening with Elder Gong

This broadcast, for Church Educational System religious educators and missionaries, Seminaries and Institutes of Religion personnel, stake‐called seminary and institute teachers and their supervisors, and their spouses, will be transmitted live (on the Church satellite system and lds.org/si/) on Friday, February 17, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. MST.

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A Faith Oasis in the UK

In September Irvine Ward Journal featured a photo essay of a magnificent sculpture garden, constructed at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah. Now, a similar faith-promoting project is about to be started in the UK.

“The project revolves around this old farmhouse built in 1750 – the Hartwood farm. The farmland once connected with this farmhouse was sold to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1992. The Preston Temple, Continue reading A Faith Oasis in the UK