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First Presidency Welcomes Delegation from Vietnam’s Committee for Religious Affairs (Church Newsroom) (June 11, 2019)
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met Tuesday with a delegation headed by Vietnam’s Committee for Religious Affairs (CRA). The delegation was in Utah Tuesday through Thursday to meet Church, government, religious and academic leaders.

Elder Gong addresses 'faith, hope and goodwill' at G20 Interfaith Forum in Japan (Church News) (June 11, 2019)
Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke at the G20 Interfaith Forum in Tokyo, Japan, on June 8. Addressing the conference theme, "Peace, People Planet: Faith, Hope and Goodwill in Pathways Forward," Elder Gong delivered the following address titled, "Seven Ways Religious Inputs and Values Contribute to Practical, Principle-Based Policy Approaches."

Boyd Matheson: Sister Eubank shares practical, tactical, 'small and simple' strategies during G20 Interfaith Forum (Church News) (June 11, 2019)
As the G20 Interfaith Forum entered its final afternoon, the "Ideas to Action" discussion — what I viewed as the critical session — was about to begin. It was time for some “therefore, what?” questions and answers. But as is often the case in large conferences, such sessions are easy to get lost in lofty ideas and academic exercises.

How President Nelson’s Visit Made Dreams Come True in Orlando (Church News) (June 11, 2019)
In the hours before President Russell M. Nelson entered the Amway Center here Sunday evening, June 9, Disney show director Ken Malquist looked at the electronic ribbon circling the arena and explained the pattern had its origins on the Orlando Florida Temple.

Basketball led Church's first African-American General Authority to Christianity (Church News) (June 11, 2019)
Prior to receiving a PhD in accounting from Arizona State University, Peter M. Johnson was employed by a major international accounting firm and in academics before accepting a tenure-track faculty position at the University of Alabama in 2011.

Gay, Republican and Mormon: Politician Nathan Ivie breaks new ground for Utah (Los Angeles Times - California) (June 11, 2019)
He got into his black pickup with the rifle his father gave him when he was a boy. He figured it would take him about a half-hour to get to the foothills. Country music played on the radio, but Nathan Ivie barely heard it. He wore a light jacket. The weather had turned chilly that morning. Orange leaves on trees were beginning to make their last stand.

Stained-Glass Artists Share What It’s Like Contributing to Temples around the World (Church News) (June 11, 2019)
When someone mentions the beauty and art of stained glass, the first thing that comes to most people’s minds likely has more to do with Europe and Catholicism than it does with Utah and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But when it comes to modern stained-glass installations, both Utah and the Church are gaining recognition. For Tom and Gayle Holdman of Holdman Studios, located in Lehi, Utah, stained glass—or art glass, as they refer to it—is making a “comeback” in the art world, and they are happy to be part of the reawakening.

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