Three things Elder Ronald A. Rasband told the Saints in France | Church News

Three things Elder Ronald A. Rasband told the Saints in France | Church News

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Three things Elder Ronald A. Rasband told the Saints in France
On the grounds of the Paris France Temple, blooming with spring tulips, Elder Rasband shared the message he brought to the people of France from President Russell M. Nelson.
Utah and its 28 temples

“You’ll see the number of operating temples double, beginning with the Saratoga Springs temple. And it’s a marvelous explosion of opportunity to worship in the temple,” said Elder Evan A. Schmutz.

In case you missed it: President Nelson receives peace award, new area leadership assignments, plus more

Last week, President Russell M. Nelson received a peace prize at Morehouse College. Elder David A. Bednar was featured in the latest Church News video. Elder Neil L. Andersen spoke at the Provo Missionary Training Center (MTC).

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