The latest installment of my bi-weekly column for the Deseret News has appeared:
Here are some articles from the Deseret News that you might have missed regarding President Russell M. Nelson’s just-concluded “ministry tour” to Central and South America:
“Colombian leaders thank President Nelson for church’s support of religious liberty in their nation: “We are doing important things together. We are promoting cooperation between religions and government,” said Lorena Rios, Colombia’s director of Religious Affairs.”
“Nations are stronger when they support families, religious pluralism, President Nelson tells world leaders on tour: “A plural society with religious orientations are very strengthening to the values of a country and the strength of families,” President Russell M. Nelson told Colombia President Iván Duque on Monday.”
I liked this message from Elder Gary Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles:
We didn’t have a good outing with the University of Utah last time. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that.
Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that.
Or the time before that.
Still, though . . .
“ESPN’s Bomani Jones: “BYU Football is the most visual public representation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints”: “Wherever they show up people are going to buy tickets to watch them play football. It’s a great way to carry the brand of your message.”