Faith is a choice. Strengthen your faith, and live to be deserving of the Savior’s approving words: “Great is thy faith.” As you do, I promise you that your faith, through the grace of Jesus Christ, will one day allow you to stand with those you love, clean and pure in the presence of God.” Reading: Doctrine and Covenants 112:10
“Ask in Faith” – Day 1: Who is God? Video Content. 2:13. Do you still remember the question you have for God? Keep it in your mind as you do today’s activity. We are all literally children of God. He knows us because He created us and we lived with Him before we came here to earth.
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 ...
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
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.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Queensland and Victoria, Australia, were recently invited to share their faith’s perspectives at interfaith meals and discussions during the month of Ramadan. Guests at the Interfaith Iftar during Ramadan, Queensland 2021 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
The J. Reuben Clark Law Society (JRCLS) is an international society of faith-based attorneys and law students that has more than 60 chapters around the world. Many are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Book of Mormon also clarifies whether infants and little children need to be baptized. A prophet taught his son that because they are not able to knowingly commit sin, “little children need no repentance, neither baptism. Behold, baptism is unto repentance to the fulfilling the commandments unto the remission of sins” ( Moroni 8:11 ).
22 January Update Email, text and phone contact has been made with Church leaders in Tonga in the last 24 hours. This will help Church leaders in New Zealand to understand the exact needs of communities in the days and weeks ahead. The Church will send humanitarian supplies to Tonga next week, in coordination with the New Zealand and Tonga government, and other aid organisations.
New Zealand Church Communication Volunteers Share Goodness. ,, . Church volunteer communication specialists from the Wellington region and the South Island of New Zealand met recently to discuss ways to help people better understand the blessings of faith in Jesus Christ. Members of the Wellington Communications Council discuss issues.
Jonathan Down, the newly appointed Acting District Court Judge based in Hastings, New Zealand, says his faith “has helped form his character.' Judge Down was sworn in last Friday [14 December 2012] in Auckland.