Latter-day Saints pray with Peru president, fellow clerics outside Lima temple to observe country’s bicentennial Elder Jorge F. Zeballos welcomed Peruvian President Francisco Sagasti and local religious leaders to the Lima temple grounds to pray for Peru during bicentennial celebrations.
Latter-day Saint Charities helps fight Type 2 diabetes in Kiribati through garden project The Church is trying to help decrease the incidence of diabetes across the Pacific by offering inexpensive, healthy food options through small family and community gardens.
5 ‘pillars’ of faith fortifying Latter-day Saints in Haiti amid ongoing strife Following the recent assassination of Haiti's president, Latter-day Saints on that Caribbean island are holding tight to gospel principles to care for themselves and others.
Strengthening Families Conference in Africa: Help children and youth by offering time, gathering places and love The Strengthening Families Conference speakers and break-out sessions focused on helping children and young adults and was broadcast to more than 50 Church buildings in the Africa West Area.
What Elder Holland and Sister Eubank said about supporting refugees who are religiously oppressed Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Sharon Eubank virtually participated in the 2021 AMAR Windsor Dialogue Conference — a summit that brought together faith and government leaders to help those religiously oppressed.
‘A celebration of faith’: Church members mark 60th anniversary of missionary work in the Philippines The Church's 60th anniversary in Philippines celebrates the foundation of faith of the country's pioneers and looks to the future with five temples under construction or announced.
World Refugee Day: How Latter-day Saint Charities continues to help refugees worldwide Since 1991, Latter-day Saint Charities has partnered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to bring relief and comfort to refugees — both in emergency settings and in resettlement countries.
June 23 reopening set for first MTCs, with new missionary training to be both online and on-site Even with the gradual reopening of MTCs and resumption of in-person instruction, most new missionaries will continue to have a portion of their training at home via videoconference.
What Latter-day Saint Charities is doing to relieve suffering in Sudan Latter-day Saint Charities is partnering with several humanitarian organizations to provide aid to Sudan, which suffered devastating floods last year and is home to tens of thousands of refugees.