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Church Expresses Support for ‘Fairness for All’ Approach (Church Newsroom) (May 14, 2019)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is deeply concerned that the ongoing conflicts between religious liberty and LGBT rights is poisoning our civil discourse, eroding the free exercise of religion and preventing diverse Americans of good will from living together in respect and peace.

Latter-day Saint leaders call for 'fairness for all' while opposing the Equality Act (Deseret News - Utah) (May 14, 2019)
Does expanding LGBTQ rights require limiting religious freedom? Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints say no in a statement released Monday, which addresses high-profile legislation aimed at protecting gay and transgender Americans.

Mormon church opposes federal LGBTQ nondiscrimination measure (NBC News) (May 14, 2019)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced its opposition Monday to a comprehensive nondiscrimination bill that faces long odds in Congress, saying the legislation doesn't "meet the standard of fairness for all," contending it would strip key religious freedom protections.

Elder Stevenson prescribes 'vaccine' for spiritual suffering during Brazil visit (Church News) (May 14, 2019)
Vaccination talk has grabbed plenty of headlines in recent weeks. Each day seems to bring another news story or opinion column debating the importance of being vaccinated against one form of physical illness or another.

The advice Sister Craig would give to her 16-year-old self (Church News) (May 14, 2019)
If she could go back in time, what advice would Sister Michelle D. Craig of the Young Women general presidency give to her 16-year-old self? “I would tell her that there are times in all of our lives that are difficult, that life isn’t always easy,” said Sister Craig in a May 3 breakout session of BYU Women's Conference. “I would tell her she will have heartaches and heart-breaks — both physical and spiritual challenges — but that she can and will find joy in every season.”

Who Is Brittany Fisher Frank? New Details On The Woman Who Fell Off 100-Foot Cliff And Survived (Your Tango) (May 14, 2019)
Brittany was raised in the LDS church, and her faith has continued to be central in her life even as she battled her own demons during her recovery. The prayerful attitude before they set about performing the climb made a world of difference, according to Brittany: “We were able to have a prayer before we went out to the cliff, just on the side of the road there as a family, and it’s really cool because it’s been a journey for everyone.”

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