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Architectural Design featured two LDS temples in a recent article.

Architectural Digest featured two temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints while The Postcard Traveller posted about spiritual worth in this week’s Mormon Mentions.

The Salt Lake Utah Temple and Hartford Connecticut Temple were featured among in Architectural Digest’s “The Most Beautiful Place of Worship in Every State.” This mention was originally published in January but gained traction this week. The article highlighted the Hartford temple’s elegant entry and crown molding found in the Celestial Room while noting the Salt Lake temple’s inspiring design.

The Postcard Traveller shared an inspirational message about spiritual worth and valuing ourselves as Heavenly Father does.

The Facebook account of Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared a similar message encouraging readers to remember who they are. “You have the spiritual DNA of God… You are in His hands. Very good hands. Loving hands. Caring hands. And nothing anyone ever says about you can change that,” he wrote.

If you find yourself worrying about what other people say about you, may I suggest this antidote: remember who you are....

Posted by Dieter F Uchtdorf on Saturday, February 3, 2018

How well do you know the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ? Mormon Hub wants to test your knowledge. This just might be your family’s next family home evening.

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The Facebook account of Sister Reyna I. Aburto, second counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, posted a video on Sunday morning about her experience with the new curriculum, specifically first Sunday council meetings. She invited Relief Society sisters around the world to comment about how they can improve councils or the blessings they’ve already seen from the new curriculum.

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We can’t wait to hear about what you experienced today.

Posted by Reyna I. Aburto on Sunday, February 4, 2018

Elder Quentin L. Cook's Facebook account cautioned against those who claim superiority over another on basis of “race, sex, nationality, language or economic circumstances.” He encouraged humility and invited all to come unto God.

We are all equal before God. His doctrine is clear. In the Book of Mormon, we read, “All are alike unto God,” including ...

Posted by Quentin L Cook on Monday, February 5, 2018

A tweet from Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s account encouraged followers to embrace the light of Christ and welcome light and truth from the Spirit.