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Jesus Christ, the Light of the World, spent much of His ministry caring for individuals, one by one. Join us this Christmas as we follow His example and find ways to share our time, love, and resources with those in need.
President Nelson Discusses the Name of the Church
Improve Sabbath Day observance ● All members worthily have a temple recommend and participate in temple work ● Read the Book of Mormon daily
Reach out, one by one, rescuing those that are less active ● Share the gospel with others not of our faith
Pay an honest tithe and a generous fast offering ● Take personal responsibility to work and become self-reliant ● Better prepare 'the rising generation' to serve full-time missions
Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days Read the inspiring true story of the Restoration in this new, four-volume narrative history.
“God is the designer of the family. He intended that the greatest of happiness, the most satisfying aspects of life, the deepest joys should come in our associations together and our concerns one for another as fathers and mothers and children” -- President Gordon B. Hinckley, April 1991
Ministering replaces home teaching and visiting teaching. ● Ministering is Christlike caring for others and helping meet their spiritual and temporal needs. ● Ministering better focuses members’ efforts to minister as the Saviour did. ● Click to find out more.