The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is hosting its annual celebration of Latin American culture on Saturday, November 5, at 19:00 (Time Dominican Republic).
To live in such a way that you give beauty for the ashes of your life is an act of faith that follows the Savior.To live in such a way that you give beauty for the ashes of your life is an act of faith that follows the Savior.
We are pleased to inform you that on Sunday 16th of October 2022, on the island of Aruba, two of our youth, Genesis Montero, and Justin Aviles, graduated after completing 4 years of Seminary, along with other youth who were receiving different levels of accomplishments in the program.
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Sister J. Anette Dennis and Sister Tracy Y. Browning, general officers of the Relief Society and Primary organizations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints respectively, held meetings with members, Church leaders, and media from Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, and Jamaica, as part of a recent visit to the Caribbean Sept. 9-13.
Russell M. Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, shared the following post on his social channels Saturday morning.
Today at 8:00 am, Elder Packard accompanied by Sister Packard and brother William Buckley director of the ABC District Communication Council, visited the English speaking Radio station Massive 103.5 FM .
Brother Antonio Perez Feliz, second councilor of the district of the islands A🇦🇼, B🇧🇶, C🇨🇼 and sister Arlene Martes, primary president of the Curaçao branch 🇨🇼 had an interview with the national plant Telecuraçao.
the people on the island of Jamaica were blessed to hear from Sister J. Anette Dennis, 1st Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, Sister Tracy Y. Browning, 2nd Counselor in the Primary General Presidency