How Ghanaian Church Members Risked Imprisonment for Their Faith.
We prayed for the Lord to help us keep his day holy by providing our needs from Monday to Saturday.
The Conakry Guinea Branch was created in June 2017 under the direction of Elder Terence M. Vinson, Africa West Area President.
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I bear my testimony that everything the Lord has planned for our sake will come to pass.
A great miracle took place as soon as we got to Accra.
Modeste Kpandonou of Benin shares missionary experience and the use of Sacred funds.
Niambe Mathias Niambe of Ivory Coast recounts his missionary experience.
Uche Kalu of Nigeria exhorts members of missionary age to serve first.
Brother Ake, Ikechukwu Felix recounts his Conversion Story in Nigeria.
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“The Growth of the Church in West Africa”
Five new missions will open in 2018; 19 others will merge with other missions
Returned Missionaries Embark on Temple Trip
A Call to Lighten Burdens.
'It is apparent that the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ brings order, peace, and hope to places and people everywhere'.
'I took the challenge to read about the Book of Mormon.'
' I could not believe it, but God had blessed me with my sight again.'
Four brothers lead their youngest brother to the waters of baptism.
A brother surprises his family with good news.
A sister shares her experience with the law of Tithing.
David Fosu Asiedu, a member of the Adenta 2nd Ward in Accra, Ghana, shared this history of his family’s membership in the Church in December 2016.
A story, told from two points of view, teaches us that the Lord answers our prayers in ways we aren’t aware of
A lost wallet brings lessons and blessings into the life of both he who mislaid it, and he who recovered and returned it.
“And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.”
Senior Missionaries experience the Lord's promise of protection while visiting Nigeria
General conference brings comfort and encouragement to Elder A. Kazadi after discouraging experiences on his mission.
Singing the hymns she learned at school, the Egukos’ little girl brought the spirit into her home. The influence of this spirit led her parents to seek a church where they could worship God.
As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we can use simple, every-day opportunities to correct the stereotypes and false information spread about the Church.
“It’s ok, let’s fast and pray. The Lord will do it, He will open a way for us for it is a commandment to get married.”
When I opened my envelope I realized that it was more than what my colleagues had received. I knew the money was not meant for me, so I had to go back to the Facilitators and report my experience to them. They confirmed I was given money three times the amount I should have received.
Observing the radiant faces of the father and son, reunited after so many years of separation, we remembered these words of Moroni, which on this occasion seemed almost audible: “Wherefore, my beloved brethren, have miracles ceased because Christ hath ascended into heaven?...Behold I say unto you, nay; neither have angels ceased to minister unto the children of men” (Moroni 7:27, 29).
“It was a Saturday night in the month of October 2005; a night of pains and sorrows, a night of lamentation and self-pity…..a night that left only the option of suicide on my mind.”
Love is the hallmark of Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Love is more than a noun; it is, indeed, a verb--an action word.
“Doubts about matters of religion that arise from a lack of knowledge can be constructively resolved. The solutions are instruction, study, and prayer, which result in increased testimony, which drives out further doubts” (Ensign, Nov. 1994) Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve.
In His parable of the lost sheep, Jesus taught an essential principle of effective ministering: leaving “the ninety and nine in the wilderness” and seeking the one (see Matthew 18:12; Luke 15:4).
“I shall be in the Temple again, to do Temple work for my father and more of my ancestors when I am one year old in the Church. I have begun to research my ancestors to prepare them to receive the restored gospel by baptizing on their behalf. I know that if I am able to accomplish this task, the joy and happiness of my father will be full.”
When she became ill, the only place she knew she could go to find succor was the House of the Lord. And according to her, finding Priesthood brethren there to administer to her was purely a divine intervention.