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In this document, you will find the Church Emphasis 2024 for the Caribbean Area.
Ramona Morris was born into a Christian home with parents who attended the Methodist Church. During her late teens, she stopped attending regularly because she felt that church was more about money and people’s status than Christ.
In the beautiful community of Black Rock, the inspiring story of Jackquilin Cox unfolds, characterized by faith, perseverance, and steadfast dedication. Her life with challenges and victories, commenced at the tender age of 11 when she encountered the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Sampson family's story is a tapestry woven with threads of resilience, heritage, and spiritual discovery that spans generations and crosses continents. Originating in the United Kingdom, the family's roots delve deep into the annals of history.
Beautiful Barbados, known for incredible sunsets on the beach boardwalk and welcoming people, recently played host to key leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The distinguished visitors included President Susan Porter, General Primary President; President Kristin Yee, General Relief Society Counselor; Elder Moses Villanueva, of the Churches Caribbean Area Presidency; and Elder Claude Gamiette, Area 70.
Members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and Relief Society, Young Women and Primary general leaders share their observations of President Russell M. Nelson
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Living the Gospel can be likened unto many things. Today, let’s liken it unto a sport loved the world over: basketball. Before a game starts in basketball, the teams are chosen. We came to this earth because we were chosen and chose to be a part of God’s team.