Fostering an environment of unity among a number of religious affiliations, two sporting events in Ghana recently brought young people together in an effort to build strong and cohesive faith communities.
Recently, Mormon Newsroom visited one of the most accomplished Latter-day Saints in Ghana, Dr. Emmanuel Abu Kissi, a renowned medical practitioner, former lecturer at the University of Ghana Medical School, prominent Church leader and distinguished author. After working as a general surgeon at Korle-Bu Hospital, Kissi and his wife Elizabeth, who is a nurse/midwife, established Deseret Hospital, a medical clinic in Accra.
The Second Conference on Law and Religion in Africa took place at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. Some 60 scholars, legal professionals, and religious leaders from 15 countries participated in the meetings.
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Members have been in Ghana since 1978. In the 1950s the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, a companion scripture to the Bible, along with various pamphlets about the Church found their way to Ghana. Full Story »
Since it was first published in English in 1830, The Book of Mormon has been fully translated into 82 language, and printed copies have totaled more than 150 million. It has been described as the "keystone" of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Read More »
Digital technologies have progressively made family history work easier and more accessible. A new version of FamilySearch.org, which launched Tuesday, 16 April, 2013 makes family history research more interactive and conveniently collaborative, with added social media, photo and story elements that create a more personal family history experience for each user.Read More »