Leaders & Ministry President Russell M. Nelson completed his nine-day, seven-country Pacific Ministry Tour in Tahiti, where he asked Latter-day Saints to prepare for "attacks from the adversary."
Leaders & Ministry After meeting Tongan king and queen in royal palace, President Nelson is welcomed 'home' by Latter-day Saints
Members 'Gratitude softens grief': Jennie Taylor shares how her husband's legacy of service will live on at BYU, U of U
Leaders & Ministry Video: President Nelson offers hope, healing to Muslims following Christchurch attacks
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President Nelson announces New Zealand temple site, meets with missionaries, members and Muslim leadersPresident Nelson addressed missionaries and members Tuesday in New Zealand. He also spoke to government and religious leaders, announced the site for the new temple in Auckland and gave a donation to mosques impacted by violence.
President Nelson calls New Zealand's prime minister 'courageous,' promises Church will donate to mosquesPresident Nelson praised New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for being a "peacemaker" and said the Church would be donating to the two mosques targeted in the nation's worst terror attack in history.