So Many Blessings Are Promised as We Dive into Family History
Elder and Sister Dier oversee the Church’s Resource Center in Paris, where they are able to teach a variety of courses and thereby effectively minister to the one.
Called to serve as self-reliance missionaries, the Pincocks are able to help others in France and Belgium during this ongoing pandemic while remaining close to their children and grandchildren back home through faith and prayers.
Missionaries from the France Paris Mission share tender experiences of helping people who recently lost everything as a result of heavy flooding in Belgium.
With their creative online approach, these missionaries have found ways to effectively minister to the one.
Missionaries explain that prior to the pandemic they could only be in one place at a time, but thanks to their work on social media, their ability to reach a larger population has been expanded.
Sisters Schmidtke and Hatfield of the Germany Frankfurt Mission explain how they are patiently working with the local young women in their ward to fulfil their missionary purpose.
Elder and Sister Hockett explain how they made the inspired decision to serve the Lord at this particular time in their lives and how they have specifically witnessed remarkable blessings while working with Young Adults.
An earthquake causes a lot of damage. The missionaries find ways to serve the affected and spread hope, which gives them opportunities to talk about the gospel.
An Elder gets reassigned to serve in a mission near his home. At first he is discouraged but then he finds peace through prayer and realizes that he is called to serve and not called to a place.
Members, missionaries and friends of the Church work together to serve and teach others.
Being reassigned to her home country a Sister is able to renew and strengthen family bonds.
Because of her tireless efforts to do family history, a Sister in France sees the blessings of discovering her ancestors.