Three Latter-day Saints share their feelings about nature and what they are doing to protect the environment
We are to contribute more than just our excess material possessions, but our talents as well.
We felt like a good place to start the JustServe program in our community was looking for ways to assist with the settlement of new permanent residents and refugees.
Sister Carmen Olson, among other Duke of Edinburgh Award recipients at New Zealand Government House on August 2019, states, 'I have come to truly feel Christ’s love and concern for all the people of the world.'
Linda lives to show love for others through service.
More than a year after a massive wildfire evacuated their community, people in Fort McMurray are still trying to get things back to normal.
The children of Africa express sincere gratitude for the simplest of blessings--a cup of water, an orange or a small stuffed animal. The things they treasure the most are each other and their relationship with God.
“I got a prompting like I’d never had before—I have to help these people!”
There is a great need to provide even the basics of life, such as a bed and a safe place to sleep, for the poorest of our Heavenly Father's children.
Members unite to provide much-needed community support during provincial fire evacuations.
'Over the past eight years, I have travelled the world, seeking out children who have been orphaned by disaster, disease, violence or poverty.'
“We have the similarities of wanting to do good for these people.”