Menu
In the News

This week on social: Elder Holland shares from his recent scripture study how to be ‘doers of the law’

Other Church leaders who posted this week include Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Sister Susan H. Porter, who both talk about service

Screen_Shot_2022_09_23_at_12.04.01_PM.png

Elder Holland, on Sept. 23, shares from a recent scripture study on being “doers of the law” from Romans 2:21.

Screenshot from Elder Holland’s Twitter account


This week on social: Elder Holland shares from his recent scripture study how to be ‘doers of the law’

Other Church leaders who posted this week include Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Sister Susan H. Porter, who both talk about service

Screen_Shot_2022_09_23_at_12.04.01_PM.png

Elder Holland, on Sept. 23, shares from a recent scripture study on being “doers of the law” from Romans 2:21.

Screenshot from Elder Holland’s Twitter account

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints posted on social media this week about service and joining hands in the “cause of Christ.”

On Sept. 23, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles tweeted a video, talking about being “doers of the law.” He quoted Romans 2:21 which says, “Thou therefore which teachest another, teachest thou not thyself?”

Sister Michelle D. Craig of the Young Women general presidency posted on Facebook on Sept. 18. She shared a video about her approach to experiencing the power of spiritual creation. She wrote: “An artist, a sculptor, a stake president, a disciple of Jesus Christ. Christian Bolt reminded me of the power of spiritual creation.”

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted on Sept. 23 after electricity was brought to Westwater, Utah, for the first time. “When we see a need, our goal should be to follow Jesus Christ and serve,” he tweeted. “We need to bring light — both literally and spiritually — to God’s children who need it.”

Primary General President Susan H. Porter posted on Facebook about her friend in Oregon, Lynae, who is a Primary music leader and recently underwent chemotherapy.

President Porter wrote: “When we serve in the Church, we are often also dealing with personal challenges or stressful circumstances. We may not always feel perfectly capable, but we can still serve and bless.”

On Sept. 22, Sister Amy A. Wright of the Primary general presidency shared a thought-provoking question regarding what will be missed about her physical body. Sister Wright wrote about how the body is a gift.

She said, “The thing that I would miss the most during the separation of my spirit from my physical body would be holding my sweetheart’s hand.” She shared of the power that is in joining hands in the “cause of Christ.”

Newsletters
Subscribe for free and get daily or weekly updates straight to your inbox
The three things you need to know everyday
Highlights from the last week to keep you informed