The purposes of Church welfare are to help members “become self-reliant, to care for the poor and needy, and to give service.”
'I was a stranger and you took me in.' (Matthew 25:35). For year-end Christmas 2015, the Toa Payoh Ward Council (comprising members from the Bishopric, the Relief Society and Primary) considered the question “What can we do for the needy this Christmas?”
The love of Christ, His grace and mercy is sufficient for any whose hands and hearts hang down and whose paths are lost.
While some were sleeping in, out shopping, playing sport or relaxing, many of our youths gave up their Saturday morning to serve their less fortunate brothers and sisters.
I believe that if I continue to be exactly obedient to His commandments and have faith, many more miracles can happen to my life.
I am honestly in awe of His power… my heart is forever changed.
The Stake Talent Night on 12 August 2015 mirrored the unity and diversity that often greets us in the congregations of the Saints.
To all members worldwide, there is a renewed call to better observe the Holy Sabbath.
...Those two years in France really changed my life and my perspective on how the gospel blesses the lives of people.
As I served the people around me, studied my scriptures and applied the principles of the Atonement in my life, I saw both personal and spiritual growth in my life.
If God can do what he did for me in Italy, then I know God can do anything. That knowledge is my most prized possession.
Being on a mission defines what “Being in the world, but not of the world” is. And having returned from on my mission now, I can truly see the difference.