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New Mormon Tabernacle Choir Video Celebrates Easter Season

Fans of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir will enjoy a new video recently posted online that celebrates the life and Resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter season. It features the choir singing He Is Risen.

 
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#BecauseofHim: Church Launches Easter Initiative Focused on Jesus Christ

A week-long Easter social media initiative titled “Because of Him” begins today (Palm Sunday) in which The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints proclaims its belief in Jesus Christ as the divine Son of God.

 
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#BecauseofHim: Church Launches Easter Initiative Focused on Jesus Christ

#BecauseofHim: Church Launches Easter Initiative Focused on Jesus Christ

A week-long Easter social media initiative titled “Because of Him” begins today (Palm Sunday) in which The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints proclaims its belief in Jesus Christ as the divine Son of God.

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Church Donation Enhances Eye Care at Hospital in Ghana

Church Donation Enhances Eye Care at Hospital in Ghana

LDS Charities, the humanitarian arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has furnished new equipment to the eye clinic at Lekma Hospital in Teshie, Ghana.

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Generations Connect Through Personal Histories and Life Stories

Generations Connect Through Personal Histories and Life Stories

“In all of us,” wrote Alex Haley, author of the popular novel Roots (based on his own life stories), “there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage — to know who we are and where we have come from.”

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Food Storage Helps Latter-day Saints Become Self-Reliant

Food Storage Helps Latter-day Saints Become Self-Reliant

In January 2012, William Ansah-Arthur, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in West Africa, passed away in the hospital a few days after having suddenly fallen ill. Soon after his passing, women of his congregation’s Relief Society (the Relief Society is the Church’s organization for women) visited Yvonne Ansah-Arthur, William’s wife, and their four young children to check on them and offer service. They were pleasantly surprised to find the family was well prepared; their fridge, shelves and store room were full of food and supplies.

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Church Making Strides Preserving African Family Histories

Church Making Strides Preserving African Family Histories

Genealogy experts are experiencing a race against time in Sub-Saharan Africa; an area that spans 36 countries. There is an urgency to collect oral interviews of African genealogy because family historians are aging and some are dying before those histories can be recorded.

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