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How New Mom Erica Birk-Jarvis Became One of the Best Runners in the NCAA (Runner's World) (January 10, 2019)
Just one year after giving birth to her first child, BYU junior Erica Birk-Jarvis was determined to crush nationals.

‘Mormon Land’: Why Latter-day Saint women are rushing to the temple and rejoicing in the latest changes (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (January 10, 2019)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made historic changes last week to its temple ceremonies, drawing widespread attention and praise for its use of gender-equitable language.

This week on social: A riddle, Elder Uchtdorf's New Year's wishes and President Nelson's Book of Mormon challenge (Church News) (January 10, 2019)
At the start of the new year, Church leaders took to social media to share ways to prepare for the new Church curriculum and the Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults . They also spoke about building a stronger relationship with Christ.

Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for January 2019 (Church News) (January 10, 2019)
The FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced its free family history classes and webinars for January 2019.

Lawsuit: Mormon Church failed to keep child safe from abuse (Arizona Central) (January 10, 2019)
Another member of the Navajo Nation is suing the Mormon church, saying he was abused in a now-defunct program that sent children into foster care for the school year.

Historian/author to give lecture about LDS finances (Standard-Examiner - Utah) (January 10, 2019)
Historian and author D. Michael Quinn will be presenting a lecture dealing with the finances of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its leaders. The lecture will begin at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7, in the Hurst Dumke Legacy Hall on campus, 3848 Harrison Blvd. Admission is free.

The Mormon polygamists who believe Missouri is the 'promised land' (Guardian - UK) (January 10, 2019)
(Editor's Note: I am including this article as an example of how the media does not always clearly distinguish the Church's name, beliefs and practices versus those of splinter groups) After church, Flint Laub, his two wives and their 10 children sat down at the kitchen table to eat pizza.

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