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Thursday, September 27, 2018

Additional Church News and Temple Developments Reported

Hello again, everyone! As the title of this blog post implies, I am posting today to share some additional Church news and temple developments which have been reported. First, on the temple news front: The construction crews working on the Kinshasa DR Congo Temple have made the exterior lighting operational. Although the Lord may have different timing in mind, it would not in any way surprise me at all if we were to hear an announcement of the open house and dedication information within the next 2-4 months, or if that was set to occur between February and May of next year. Time will tell.

In the meantime, moving on: The G20 Interfaith Forum has  continued. Just in summary, two articles have been focused on that, with a summary of Elder Christofferson's remarks during that forum featured here, and with him addressing the question of why protecting religious freedom is so important here.

And the Church announced today some updates to their guidelines on food storage and the emergency preparedness program. You can more details in the Church News and via the official Newsroom on the Church website.

In continuing coverage of the relief efforts in which the Church is involved following Hurricane Florence, there is a report of how Christmas in September was possible for those Saints in view of a miraculous donation. And the Church News also reported how Elder David F. Evans, a General Authority Seventy, was able to craft a powerful message as a result of an unintentional General Conference blooper.

I am keeping my eyes on all Church news and temple developments and will do my level best to continue passing word on either or both fronts as I receive word of them. That does it for this post. Any and all comments are, as always, welcome and appreciated, on any post at any time. Thank you for the privilege of your time. If you enjoyed what you read here and would like to stay informed of newly-added content, please feel free to subscribe. Until my next post, I wish each one of you all the best and pray that the Lord will bless you all in everything you do.