Global Ministry Tour

The power of ministering: How the enduring faith of members overcame ‘The Freeze’ in Ghana When 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.
‘We are going to start with the end in mind’ Each stop on the tour had a significant tie to the temple. The prophet spoke of the ancient temple in Jerusalem; the announcement of a temples in Kenya, Zimbabwe, India and Thailand; or the blessings of the Church's historically significant temples.
African Mormons still buzzing about President Nelson’s visit African Mormons are still talking about the visit of President Russell M. Nelson to their continent last month — and will be for years. He compared them to the pioneers who crossed the plains with Brigham Young in the 1800s.
A memory ‘we will never forget’: Homestretch of President Nelson’s tour includes 3 Asia stops The final leg of President Nelson’s world ministry tour included three countries in the Church’s Asia Area, home to half the world’s population. Meetings in Bengaluru, Bangkok, and Hong Kong each marked large gatherings of Latter-day Sai
Be grateful, have integrity, be humble and be kind, Elder Stanfill tells BYU-Idaho graduates at commencement Speaking on several Christlike attributes they would need following graduation, Elder Vern P. Stanfill, General Authority Seventy, spoke to new alumni of Brigham Young University-Idaho in his commencement address on April 13.
First stop: London — President Nelson addresses missionaries, members as global tour begins "To have the prophet of God here to deliver a message of strength to these missionaries and members is energizing," England London Mission President Mark Stevens said.