Living the gospel is not only a question of doing or not doing certain things, but above all a matter of becoming more like our Savior. “Just as vital as what you do, . . . is who you are and who you are becoming.”
Doctrine and Covenants 119:3–4 states: “And this shall be the beginning of the tithing of my people.
Sister Susan H. Porter, General Primary President and Sister Michelle D. Craig, First Counselor General Young Women Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in Accra, Ghana to begin a week of teaching and ministering in the Africa West Area.
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Senior leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosted the first lady of The Gambia during her first visit to Utah this week.
The doors were opened wide to Elder Palmer and others to visit and talk with the 103 year old National Chief Imam. His kindness and warmth was added to the warm welcome extended to all.
During the gathering, early pioneers, families, friends, and members of the Church shared their experiences of the Church’s early days in Ghana.
His most recent role was the Support Services Manager. Before this, he worked as Area Self-Reliance Manager, Area Publishing Services Manager, and Learning and Development Manager.
“Brightly Beams Our Father’s Mercy”.
The bishopric should consider inviting the Relief Society presidency, elders quorum presidency, ward mission leader, and youth leaders to participate in facilitating the discussion. The bishopric should also determine whether youth and adults should meet separately or together.
“Husband and wife have a solemn responsibility to love and care for each other and for their children. . . .