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Becoming Temporally Self-Reliant

Self-reliance is the ability, commitment, and effort to provide the spiritual and temporal necessities of life for self and family. As members become self-reliant, they are also better able to serve and care for others.

Sabbath Day Blessings An Apostolic Promise

Elders M. Russell Ballard and Quentin L. Cook teach us of the blessings of Sabbath Day observance.

Ulster Hall Hosts Conference

The Ulster Hall in Belfast was the venue for the annual Northern Ireland Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.... Elder Kearon, Europe Area President, addressed the congregation and encouraged them to put aside the pain of past hurts and move forward, exercising faith in the atonement of Jesus Christ. 

Aberdeen members climb Kilimanjaro for MND

Jim Dressel, a member of the Bridge of Don Ward in Aberdeen and a retired Robert Gordon University Social Work Teacher, along with his grand daughter Kiera-Leanne, climbed up and down Mount Kilimanjaro in 6 days to raise funds for MND Scotland. 

Providing in the Lord’s Way - An Apostle’s Counsel

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf explains how our self reliance will help us strengthen others.

If I can do it so can you – Netty Ann

Netty Ann involved her non-member friend in fulfilling her Faith in God goals.

Brother Bob Crawford Awarded Legion D'Honneur Medal

92 year old brother Bob Crawford from the Cavehill Ward, Belfast Stake has been awarded France's highest decoration, the Legion D'Honneur. 

York Helping Hands meet HRH Prince Andrew

When Caroline Kimberling of the York First Ward heard that 687 homes and around 200 businesses had been flooded on Boxing Day, after one of the city's major flood defences had been lifted, she decided to do something about it. 

Selsdon Half-Marathon

David Eaton’s love for running knew no bounds, except when it came to the Sabbath.
“I was disappointed that at the time most running events took place on a Sunday and I could never participate, so I decided I wanted to host my own event,” Brother Eaton said.