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First Temple in Portugal Opens to the Public (Church Newsroom) (August 13, 2019)
The Lisbon Portugal Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been completed and is now open for public tours and information.

Elder Craig C. Christensen shares 8 principles that helped Joseph Smith through trials. Here’s why they can help millennials (Church News) (August 13, 2019)
Standing on a stage with a giant sign behind him with the word “FairMormon” written in large letters, Elder Craig C. Christensen, a General Authority Seventy and president of the Utah Area, said he worried what some might think if they saw him standing under the words “Fair Mormon.”

He was born in Mexico and served in Vietnam. Now, he’s the first person of color to serve as Mormon History Association president (Church News) (August 13, 2019)
Ignacio Garcia is the new president of the Mormon History Association. As the first person of color to serve in the position, he brings an international background to a new focus on viewing Latter-day Saint history through a global perspective.

Latter-day Saint missionaries extinguish small church fire (KSL - Utah) (August 13, 2019)
Missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints discovered and extinguished a fire Monday afternoon in a church, according to authorities. The group of missionaries was playing football at about 3 p.m. across the street from the Latter-day Saint church building, 1715 W. 1600 North, when a few of them had to use the restroom, according to Layton Fire Battalion Chief Jason Cook.

'Extreme Makeover' show building home in Utah for refugee family that fled Congo (KSL - Utah) (August 13, 2019)
A Congolese family that fled for their lives and were resettled in Utah will soon land in a custom-built home in Ogden, thanks to "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," Ogden general contractor Wadman Corporation and an army of volunteers. The Barobi family's is one of two homes the HGTV show, along with community partners, is designing and building in Weber County this week.

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