Now I speak of some other very important subjects. Here in the United States we are speaking to our fellow-citizens—LDS and non-LDS—of three subjects: faith, family, and freedom. I believe these subjects are equally important for you, my brothers and sisters in the Pacific. I begin with the doctrine of the family and its relationship to our ...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Western Australian Charity Orchestra joined together with Daana, Eastwinds, Natasha Eldridge, Fr. Robert Nixon, Saraswati Mahavidhyalaya, the South African Gospel Choir and the Sikh Association of Western Australia to present a multicultural and interfaith celebration 'Light the World - One Song at a Time' at the Perth Concert Hall on ...
New Zealand faith leaders celebrated World Interfaith Harmony Week with presentations to the theme, “Creating a Culture of Cooperation Among People of Faith: Finding Virtue in the Other.”. Buddhist, Muslim, Sikh, Ratana, Hindu, Anglican and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faith traditions were represented.
The first officially recognised chapel in Victoria was located at 52 Albert Street, East Melbourne. Building commenced in May 1922 and the chapel was dedicated by the mission president, Don Carlos Rushton, on Sunday 13th August 1922. Prior to this, church meetings were held in homes and rented halls.
Young Interfaith Representatives Support Hospital Community Through Annual 'Faith Matters' Initiative
The first two books in the Book of Mormon, 1 Nephi and 2 Nephi, were written mostly by an ancient prophet named Nephi. Nephi’s writings in the Book of Mormon give an account of his life and family. Nephi and his family were ancient Israelites who fled to the Americas in about 600 BC. Nephi’s life wasn’t easy—he suffered as he and his ...
Increasingly, religion is having to prove itself relevant in what some have called a secular age. Many seek proof of re
These four steps – faith, repentance, baptism, and Holy Ghost -- constitute the “gospel” (3 Nephi 27:19-21). The gospel, or good news, is that if man has faith in Christ, repents of his sins, is baptized in His name, and receives the Holy Ghost, he will be made clean through the grace, mercy and merits of Jesus Christ and may remain with the Father at the last day.
Interfaith Efforts of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints A respect for the diverse beliefs and unique co