How do we achieve our deepest longings? What makes something right or wrong? Whom should we love? How do we overcome suffering? The answers we receive shape our reality. But religion is always contested.
    He and his companions were able to teach many the restored gospel. Hundreds accepted their message and the Church grew steadily. By the end of Heber C. Kimball’s mission, the feelings of doubt and fear had fled and been replaced with love and faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ. He later recalled, “Love casts out fear. I feel firm in the Lord.”
    The administration of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is facilitated by geographic areas. In the United
    He Is Risen - Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Elder De Feo of the Europe Area Presidency and his wife share their testimonies of the blessings of having a temple in Rome.
    Tag page for the United Kingdom. Members of the Elgin Branch of the Church helped Chris Preece from the Moray Supports Refugees in Elgin.
    Sharon now teaches family history classes each week to members and non-members at Solihull chapel. As a very enthusiastic new member, Sharon said: “I love the Church very much. I love the family togetherness and the way it makes me feel. I enjoy talking about my new faith to anyone who wants to know.
    On the morning of October 5th, President Thomas S. Monson announced that members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now number more than 15 million milestone worldwide.
    Following the pattern found in the New Testament, Elder Jeffrey R Holland, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), visited the UK in June to meet with faith and government leaders.
    Recalling his time after meeting two young missionaries, Elder Russell from Sierra Leone and Elder Mathews from U.S.A., Henry says it was a challenge to abandon the faith he was raised up in but at the same time he was convinced the decision was the right one because of the strength of his feelings after the meeting with them.
    An effort to share a message about Jesus Christ during the Christmas season will be underway throughout the month of December by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The month-long Christmas initiative focuses on Heavenly Father’s love as demonstrated in the sacred gift of Jesus Christ (see John 3:16).
    Members of the Chelmsley Wood congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, welcomed the Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Glenis Slater and her husband, Mr Clive Slater to their celebratory evening to ma
    The dinner was one of a series of regular events designed to build understanding across different faith communities in Wales. The church’s inclusion in this, and many other interfaith initiatives result from the on-going efforts of Julie Jones as a member of the Interfaith Council of Wales.