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Sister Joy D. Jones Says More Love and Talk Needed to Protect Children from Pornography (Church News) (March 13, 2018)
Pornography is a problem affecting “our boys and our girls and we’re not talking about it enough,” said Sister Joy D. Jones, Primary General President during the Utah Coalition Against Pornography conference held in Salt Lake City on March 10.

Public Open House Begins for Jordan River Utah Temple (LDS Newsroom) (March 13, 2018)
The public will have six weeks to tour the newly renovated Jordan River Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, beginning Saturday, March 17, 2018.

Welcome Back to the Jordan River Utah Temple (Church News) (March 13, 2018)
Sister Joy D. Jones and Elder Larry Y. Wilson teamed-up as “tour guides” Monday, walking reporters and photographers through the placid rooms and hallways of the newly renovated Jordan River Utah Temple.

Viewpoint: Use the Church’s Full Name to Emphasize This Is Christ’s Church (Church News) (March 13, 2018)
It had been some time since the Nephites had been visited by the resurrected Christ at the temple in Bountiful. Now, His disciples were dutifully engaged in telling others the things they had seen and heard, baptizing in His name those who accepted their teachings.

Bill Whitaker, ‘granddaddy of Utah artists,’ remembered as lifelong mentor and artist of faith (Deseret News - Utah) (March 13, 2018)
Dr. Rita Wright, director of the Springville Art Museum, said she often hears people from out of state comment on the number of artists from Utah and their high-quality work. She attributes Utah’s art success to artist William “Bill” Whitaker, the “granddaddy of Utah artists,” who she said was at the heart of the growth and mentoring of this generation of artists.

Tongans Join with LDS Charities to Prepare for Possible Food Shortage after Cyclone Gita (Church News) (March 13, 2018)
Cyclone Gita not only damaged or destroyed homes and other buildings in Tonga last month, but many gardens and community vegetable gardens were also ruined.

Christian artists come together for the 'Worth of Souls' project to fight suicide, depression (Deseret News - Utah) (March 13, 2018)
Who can tell the value of a soul? Only God, and he has declared that “the worth of souls is great” in his sight (see Doctrine and Covenants 18:10). He created us, his children. He has made it his work and glory “to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man” (see Moses 1:39).

Family of Elder Keetch giving Taco Amigo's proceeds to Huntsman Cancer Institute on late father's birthday (Deseret News - Utah) (March 13, 2018)
Elder Von G. Keetch had a favorite saying, according to his family, "If you don't like your lot in life, build a service station on it." With that in mind, the family of the recently deceased LDS general authority has planned a day of service that will allow them to give back to the organization that helped their father in his long battle with cancer.

Winter adventures of two Mormon missionaries featured in Boston U. student publication (Deseret News - Utah) (March 13, 2018)
Two Mormon missionaries had just locked their apartment door and stepped into the frigid Boston winter air when they realized their keys were still inside. "They were stuck outside in over 13 inches of snow with 51 m.p.h. winds, so they made snow angels," wrote student journalist Jenny Rollins for the Boston University online student publication,

Pop group The Strike talks about Mormon roots in article by The National (Deseret News - Utah) (March 13, 2018)
The Strike’s “pristine recordings” have led to supporting gigs with Kelly Clarkson, Journey and Macy Gray. The American pop group’s music has also been licensed to “Dancing with the Stars” and “America’s Got Talent.” From Utah to Los Angeles to Dubai, The Strike continues to make a name for itself with professional and high-quality music. In a recent article by The National, Chris Crabb talked about the group’s humble beginnings and its Mormon roots.

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