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2017 Year in Review (Church News) (January 2, 2018)
A look back on the major events of the Church during 2017, including disaster relief, humanitarian aid, Church growth, and temple dedications, and other events.

Missionary Dies While Serving in Nigeria (Church News) (January 2, 2018)
Elder Maxwell Adjei Arthur, a missionary serving in the Nigeria Calabar Mission, died in his sleep during the night of December 26 from a seizure. He was 22 years old and has suffered from seizures since childhood.

Elder Andersen Invites Missionaries at MTCs Worldwide to Join His Family for Christmas (Church News) (January 2, 2018)
Missionaries at missionary training centers worldwide received a special gift from Elder Neil L. Andersen and his wife, Sister Kathy Andersen, on Christmas day—an invitation to join the Andersen family for the holiday.

2018 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth, and Adults (Church News) (January 2, 2018)
The Church has announced the curriculum that Church members will be studying during 2018. You can find the list of manuals for Melchizedek Priesthood, Relief Society, Primary, Sunday School, Young Men, and Young Women in Instructions for Curriculum 2018 on LDS.org.

Thousands Honor the Birth of Christ Through Unique Acts of Service (LDS Newsroom) (January 2, 2018)
In its second year, the Light the World campaign has inspired countless people around the world to help others this holiday season. The initiative, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is based on the scripture in the Holy Bible, “Ye are the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14). The purpose is to draw individuals and groups closer to Christ by serving as He served.

New visitors' center director to serve at Hill Cumorah and new MTC president to serve in Ghana (LDS Church News) (January 2, 2018)
Rex Jay Allen, 63, and Nancy Ann Newey Allen, seven children, Wasatch Mountain Ward, Midway Utah West Stake: Ghana Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Scott M. Brubaker and Sister Rebecca Brubaker. Brother Allen currently serves as a stake presidency counselor and recently returned from a mission in Beirut, Lebanon. He is a former president of the Switzerland Geneva Mission, bishop, high councilor, and missionary in the France Switzerland Mission. Born in Salt Lake City to Wallace Fred Allen and Alice Louise Simmonds Allen.

Mormon mogul eyes small-town Vermont for vast, futuristic development (Boston Globe - Massachusetts) (January 2, 2018)
When Jane Huppee steps outside her hilltop home, she sees quintessential Vermont. Steep ridges. A winding dirt road. Soaring trees that blanket the Green Mountains as far as the eye can see. It’s enough to frighten her.

Hey, Mormons — leave dead Jews alone! (Religion News Service) (January 2, 2018)
They’re at it again. They said that they would stop, but apparently, someone didn’t get that memo. I am referring to the news that the Mormons are once again baptizing dead Jews — effectively making them posthumous Mormons.

Sex abuse case against Mormon church leaders in West Virginia will go to trial (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (January 2, 2018)
A jury in West Virginia will hear the evidence against the Utah-based Mormon church in a lawsuit accusing local church officials of covering up allegations that the son of officials abused 12 children over more than five years.

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