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A fun YSA activity gives young people opportunity to get to know each other better.
A choir made up of Pathway students from Ghana provided a special musical number at the Brigham Young University-Idaho Devotional on Tuesday, April 25, in the BYU-Idaho Center.
An overflowing congregation welcomed and sustained the creation of the new Teshie Ghana Stake.
Even though Friday morning started out with a cloudy sky and rain, it wasn’t enough to stop the young single adults from the various wards of the Kaneshie Stake to meet together at the stake center for their cook off competition
Thanks to a Wheelchair Initiative sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, that dream may become reality.
“We came this far through courage, faith, resilience and prayer, I knew we would win because we were honest and united as a team.”
The drift away from God is very much like being caught in a riptide in the surf. Anyone can be caught in the current of pride.
Our Area Presidency has invited each of us to be a watchman: we are to make sure that one who is strong in the Spirit takes with him another who needs help, to receive the ordinances of the priesthood and keep the associated covenants.