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Author: Dustin Taylor

LDS Family Loses Both Parents, Newborn in Crash After Driving Home from Temple

While traveling home from the Lubbock Texas Temple on April 7, an LDS family of seven lost both parents and a 2-month-old baby. Jim and Karisa Clemens were driving with their five children when their car crashed, killing Jim and Karisa along with their newborn, Julianna. The Texas Department of Public Safety is still investigating the cause of the crash. Three of the five Clemens children—Angela (8), Zachary (5), and Wyatt (4)—were life-flighted to Cook Children’s Hospital and Wyatt and Angela are still in critical condition, according to a fundraising page. The Clemens’s 2-year-old son only suffered minor bruises and scratches and is...

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Prophet Visits the Holy Land

Jerusalem | Saturday, 14 April 2018 | “The reason why prophets are needed is because Heavenly Father wants His children to have the opportunity to come home to Him,” said President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a…

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Sister Missionary Hospitalized in Romania

Stake president of the Pleasant Grove Manila Stake, President Scott Livingston, posted on the stake’s Facebook page asking “for your faith and prayers on behalf of Sister Jacie Robinson of the Manila 5th Ward.” He continues, “She is currently in a hospital in Romania, unconscious. They believe she has encephalitis—a brain infection.” Sister Robinson was hospitalized on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, and she was scheduled to return from her mission this week. “Doctors are doing all they can to help her to get better. Thank you for your support,” President Livingston reported. An update on Sister Robinson’s condition shared...

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