Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and a personal connection to Him is of central importance in our life. In the fourth Article of Faith we read that “Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ” is one of the basic principles of the gospel. We frequently talk of the short form “faith” as this basic principle.
    Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ is manifested in our choices, especially in the face of adversity. By holding to the iron rod, in the faithful Saints in Europe are reaping the fruits promised by the Lord and becoming more spiritually and temporally self-reliant.
    Have you ever wondered what Mormons believe about Jesus Christ? Like many other Christians around the world, Mormons, also known as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, look to Jesus Christ as their Lord and worship Him as their Savior.
    Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ is manifested in our choices, especially in the face of adversity. By holding to the iron rod, in the faithful Saints in Europe are reaping the fruits promised by the Lord and becoming more spiritually and temporally self-reliant.
    A powerful monument to the faith and dedication of its members, the Cardiff Stake chapel recently reached its 50th year of existence.
    And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness.…[F]or if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them
    A historic first occurred in October 2017 when the Church History Council for the UK and Ireland met for the first time in the Chorley Stake Centre under the direction of Arnold and June Jones, country Church history advisers.
    Over the weekend of 17th - 19th August 2018, Church Building Missionaries who served in the 1960s made history when they gathered together at a reunion in the Chorley Stake centre.
    This is the country website for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
    On Sunday 22 nd May 2016, over a thousand members of the Belfast Stake to part in a special conference session. President Dieter F Uchtdorf, 2 nd Counsellor in the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presided over a meeting in the Belfast Northern Ireland Stake Centre. President Uchtdorf was accompanied by his wife, Sister Harriet Uchtdorf.
    The Saints had practiced plural marriage for half a century. Women and men had anguished over the decision to enter a principle that was alien to their religious upbringings and inclinations.
    Todd was someone who made fun of people who thought God was real. He wasn’t surprised when he didn’t get an immediate answer to a prayer. But could God be giving us small but obvious answers?