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Atlanta Stages Distribution of Supplies in Aftermath of Hurricane Irma (LDS Newsroom) (September 13, 2017)
In the aftermath of destructive Hurricane Irma, the Church has positioned supplies in Atlanta, Georgia, to be taken to the hurricane damaged areas. By the end of the week, these supplies will be distributed by thousands of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers.

Faith Key to Rebounding from Refugee Status, Apostle Says (LDS Newsroom) (September 13, 2017)
Faith is a key ingredient that can and does help many in the world rebound from refugee status and contribute to society, a Mormon apostle said at Windsor Castle September 9, 2017. “People can live without a lot of things,” Elder Jeffrey R. Holland told a few dozen faith leaders, academics and government leaders at the Second Windsor Conference on Religious Persecution.

President Nelson’s 93rd Birthday Is an “Ordinary Day of Work” (Church News) (September 13, 2017)
It’s an “ordinary day of work” for President Russell M. Nelson on his 93rd birthday. On assignment in New York City for the weekend, President Nelson spent the day of September 9—his birthday—with his wife, Sister Wendy W. Nelson, and local priesthood leaders and missionaries.

Local Leaders Can Get Family History Report through LCR on (Church News) (September 13, 2017)
Local Church leaders can now access a family history report that shows information about family history activity in the ward or stake.

Killers' Brandon Flowers on Mormonism, Why 'Mr. Brightside' Is Bigger Than Ever (Rolling Stone) (September 13, 2017)
It's been 13 years since the Killers exploded with their debut single, "Mr. Brightside," and they're still one of the biggest rock acts in the world; the Las Vegas band just headlined Lollapalooza and has an arena tour kicking off in January. "There's still a need for what we have to offer, obviously," says frontman Brandon Flowers.

11-Year-Old Gets Addicted to FamilySearch (Church News) (September 13, 2017)
Like many Mormons with pioneer ancestors reaching back six generations, Chris and Ann Bigelow of the Pleasant View Fourth Ward, Provo Utah Edgemont South Stake, haven’t done much with family history research—that is, until the ward missionaries recently came over for a visit.

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