COVID-19 quarantine restrictions bring challenges to all of us, but they also afford great opportunities—many social interactions are now virtual.
Humanitarian donations and assistance in Quebec stakes are part of the global mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Resources are provided in response to the continued disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
I think that too often, we take that list and focus on checking things off and making sure that every box is ticked.
Thinking about Jesus can provide heavenly moments for us each day.
“These unique challenges will pass in due time. I remain optimistic for the future.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
This neighbour of mine set an example of Christlike compassion with her sincere prayer.
By combining our lights, we help each other to find our way.
“This is how we connect with the people. We serve, eat, sing, and dance with and for each other.” (President Stephen A. Keung)
“Light the World presents marvelous opportunities to invite friends and neighbors to church and to your homes to learn with you about the Savior.” (Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles)
Jan Derksen (back boy on an Allied tank, top, and middle) from Holland was saved from starvation when “Soldier Whitehead” shared his rations with him.
We can connect with those who disagree, be firm in our rights, empathize with those around us, and develop a broader perspective.” (Sister Joy D. Jones)