The majority of the posts for this week's Mormon Mentions come from official LDS Church accounts and social media accounts from church leaders.
But first, a big congratulations to BYUtv's "Studio C" on their 100th episode, which airs tonight.
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In his October 2017 general conference talk, Elder D. Todd Christofferson discussed the phrase, “Holiness to the Lord,” and shared examples of various places the phrase was placed by early Latter-day Saints. A Facebook post this week shared photos to demonstrate the point.
Elder Dale G. Renlund’s Facebook account shared that one of the apostle’s assignments is to serve with Elder Quentin L. Cook as an adviser to the Church History Department. He recently had the chance in their monthly meeting to view the printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon and shares his feelings of gratitude.
Sister Jean B. Bingham’s Facebook account shared the Relief Society general president’s feelings about speaking at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.
“I believe that empowering women should be a priority for all, because we are a potent force for creating a society where peace, religious freedom and human rights can truly thrive,” Sister Bingham wrote.
Elder M. Russell Ballard’s Facebook account shared a bit of advice from the apostle.
“Don’t be afraid of marriage,” Elder Ballard said. “I have been much more effective and much more able to accomplish things in my life with Barbara at my side than I ever would have been alone. Did we have hard times? Oh, yes. But they were some of the best times because we drew together, we prayed together, we worked together, we saw our way from one point of our lives on until today.”
Sister Reyna I. Aburto, second counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, visited victims of the recent earthquakes in Mexico. In a Facebook post, she shared her personal feelings about the visit.
The Mormon Channel released a new video that shares a modern-day take on the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
On Thursday, Sister Carol McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women general presidency, wrote of her experience in meeting with the First Lady of Peru, Nancy Lange Kuczynski.
“She asked us how we find and develop such talent and leadership among our youth,” Sister McConkie shared. “I gave her copies of For the Strength of Youth and Personal Progress.”
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf's Facebook account shared his thoughts and feelings following the dedication of the Meridian Idaho Temple.
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