This week on social: Relief Society general president invites to look for ways to serve, Primary general president on baptism

President Camille N. Johnson shares about participating in a community baby shower, and President Porter posts about honoring baptismal covenants

Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson reflected on the community baby shower that took place in Chicago last fall, in a post on Instagram on March 14. She said, “My dear sisters, I invite you to look for opportunities to join in these efforts.”

She was one of several leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to post on social media during the past week.

On Facebook, Sister Tracy Y. Browning, second counselor in the Primary general presidency, wrote on March 14, “All children are precious to God.” She continued, “And those amongst them who take upon them His name and become His youngest disciples through covenant are entitled to priesthood power and the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost.”

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, shared about his recent ministry in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in a post on March 16 and noted that Dubai is “a fascinating city with bustling markets, large skyscrapers, traditional dhows, and millions of people from around the world.”

He said he participated in a sacrament meeting there with members there from around the world. “How wonderful it is to be part of a global church proclaiming and practicing the universal gospel of Jesus Christ.”

On March 14, Sister Amy A. Wright, first counselor in the Primary of general presidency, bore her testimony in an Instagram post. She wrote, “I know from experience that when I turn to Jesus Christ, He immediately becomes part of my story.”

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted about ministering in Liberia and the announced temple there.

“Construction on this temple has not yet begun, but I shared with a large gathering in Liberia that the time for individual preparation for the temple begins now,” he wrote.

Primary General President Susan H. Porter asked in a Facebook post on March 15: “When have you been blessed by baptized children sharing their witness of the Savior?” She shared an experience of a recent girl who was baptized.

While ministering in Brazil, Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles visited with Sao Paulo Gov. Tarcisio de Freitas. “I invited him to read about the Savior’s ministry following His resurrection, as recorded in the Book of Mormon,” he shared about the visit on Facebook.

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