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Meet The Mormons Movie

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Church Donates Solar Panels to La District Police Station 

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Young Girls in Ghana Benefit from Church Campaign for Improving Female Hygiene

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From South Africa Mormon Newsroom

Law and Religion, Where Justice and Mercy Meet

Local and regional leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints attended a landmark conference on law and religious freedom, held in Windhoek Namibia.

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Meet The Mormons Movie

“Meet the Mormons” is a feature-length documentary film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that will be released in select locations in Accra in June 2015. 

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Citizenship and Conscience

The work of being a good citizen is never easy — it requires judgment, civility and patience. Wherever they live, Latter-day Saints have the responsibility and privilege to make their corner of the globe a better place.

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Church Donates Solar Panels to La District Police Station 

Ghana police officials and officers met with leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 16, 2015 to celebrate the donation of solar panels and batteries to supply a reliable source of power to the La District Police Station.

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Young Girls in Ghana Benefit from Church Campaign for Improving Female Hygiene

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encourages its members to take an active role in helping others where they perceive a need in their community or country. Young Girls in Ghana Benefit from Church Campaign for Improving Female Hygiene Young female students in Ghana, especially those in underdeveloped areas, often miss school during menstrual cycles, because they cannot afford to buy sanitary pads.

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