The power of ministering: How the enduring faith of members overcame 'The Freeze' in GhanaWhen the government outlawed the LDS Church in Ghana for 18 months in the late 1980s, members of the Koforidua Branch ministered one by one to stay connected and faithful.
Stories By Tad Walch
Despite failing health, prophet 'could be of good cheer' through service to othersDuring the final years of President Thomas S. Monson’s life — a time when his own physical health and memory were fading — the prophet found great joy in doing what he had done so many times before: visiting those who needed lifting.
Mormon missionaries returning to Puerto Rico 3 months after Hurricane MariaThe LDS Church is sending 14 young elders and two senior couples back to the Puerto Rico San Juan Mission nearly three months after 155 young missionaries and more senior couples were evacuated due to the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Brussels bombing victim now serving in the Ohio Kirtland MissionSister Fanny Clain, a slight, 20-year-old Frenchwoman with a big smile and bigger spirit, arrived the Historic Kirtland Visitors' Center this week after a month in the Provo MTC and a month recovering from wounds sustained in the Brussels bombing.
Two LDS families help Elder Christofferson make presentation at the World Meeting of FamiliesTwo local LDS families, including nine children ages 5 to 18, helped Elder D. Todd Christofferson present activities members use to strengthen family ties during a presentation Thursday at the Catholic World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.