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The Strength of the Youth in Ghana

More than 600 young members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ages 14-18, spent five days at the Okuapemman School near the city of Akropon Akuapem, participating in the first “For the Strength of Youth” conference in Ghana.

 
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Latter-day Saints Worship at Home during Ebola Lock Down

 Confined to their homes during a three-day, government-mandated lock down, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint in Sierra Leone conducted Sunday worship services in their homes. Latter-day Saint families were authorized by local Church leaders to conduct home-based sacrament meetings during the lock down

 
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Church Aids Latter-day Saints Affected by Ebola Outbreak

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, through its humanitarian arm, LDS Charities, sent food and other emergency supplies to more than 2,500 Latter-day Saint families and nearly 7,800 families received emergency supplies in Sierra Leone during a recent state of emergency – necessitated by the Ebola-virus outbreak, which has claimed the lives of 500 citizens, including two members of the Church.

 
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Conferences in Ghana Focus on Young Single Adults

Hundreds of young members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ghana gathered at four separate 'Young Single Adult' conferences, which were designed to boost faith and fellowship for 18- to 30-year-old single adults and include opportunities to take part in a variety of social, service, and gospel learning activities.

 
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Church Aids Latter-day Saints Affected by Ebola Outbreak

Church Aids Latter-day Saints Affected by Ebola Outbreak

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, through its humanitarian arm, LDS Charities, sent food and other emergency supplies to more than 2,500 Latter-day Saint families and nearly 7,800 families received emergency supplies in Sierra Leone during a recent state of emergency – necessitated by the Ebola-virus outbreak, which has claimed the lives of 500 citizens, including two members of the Church.

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Latter-day Saints Worship at Home during Ebola Lock Down

Latter-day Saints Worship at Home during Ebola Lock Down

Confined to their homes during a three-day, government-mandated lock down, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint in Sierra Leone conducted Sunday worship services in their homes.

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Mormon Helping Hands Program Yields Scores of Service Projects in Ghana

Mormon Helping Hands Program Yields Scores of Service Projects in Ghana

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined together in many areas throughout Ghana on August 16, 2014, to provide community service in the neighborhoods where they live. 

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Conferences in Ghana Focus on Young Single Adults

Conferences in Ghana Focus on Young Single Adults

Hundreds of young members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ghana gathered at four separate 'Young Single Adult' conferences, which were designed to boost faith and fellowship for 18- to 30-year-old single adults and include opportunities to take part in a variety of social, service, and gospel learning activities.

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Church in Ghana Develops a New Family History Program for Youth

Church in Ghana Develops a New Family History Program for Youth

In Africa, people interested in genealogy depend mostly on living memory and oral histories to find the names of their ancestors. A new program, Know Your Grandparents, designed for young people in Ghana is now teaching them how to create a family history account and fill in their ancestral names online. 

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