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Let us not put off praying and asking for help getting through challenges in our lives. The Lord is there, waiting for us to ask for help.
Catherine Murray, of the Greenock Branch, shares her conversion story.
Lloyd Newell brought Music & the Spoken Word to Ireland when he visited the Long Room in the Old Library at Trinity College in Dublin.
Pauline Evans supports the Royal British Legion
Joel Matthews shares his experience of trusting the Lord, and witnessing His hand personally preparing the way.
As we remember the Saviour, we often feel moved to help, support and bring relief to the suffering and struggles of others around us.
Members of Exeter Ward Relief Society have conducted many hours of combined community service, as they have all learnt to knit and crochet.
3 sisters from the Luton Ward, Sam (16), Alex (13) and Sadie (8) along with some of their school friends, run a homework club for asylum seeker children.
Without Christ, we would be left to ourselves, but with him, we will far exceed what we think is our vast potential.
Brother Cliff Smith has been a regular figure playing the organ for decades. Now, at the age of 89 years, he still plays at Sunday worship services.
As people embrace their curiosity, seek out authentic sources, and explore their faith together, miracles can occur.
Inspiring people everywhere to connect with their family across generations is a hallmark of FamilySearch and genealogical societies around the world.