In celebration of National Heritage Day, employees of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were encouraged to wear their native African clothing to work.
Employees celebrated National Heritage Day at work on Tuesday, 23 September, by showing up in their native clothing.
The new strengthening families program, titled “Ikhaya Lethu” (Our Home), will air every Thursday beginning September 18, 10:30 pm on Ukhozi FM, 90.8.
The first program features Bishop Charles Magaqa of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Durban South Africa, and he is joined by Reverend Sabelo Mkhathini on Ukhozi FM radio’s “Ikhaya Lethu” (Our Home) to present important family topics in today’s society, such as strengthening families.
New "Meet the Mormons" movie documents the impact of the Mormon faith on the lives of various individuals.
“Meet the Mormons” is a feature-length documentary film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that will be released in select theaters on 10 October 2014.
Thousands of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers dressed in yellow vests worked alongside non members to benefit many Southeast African communties.
These Mormon Helping Hands volunteers in their trademark yellow often partner with government and nonprofit organizations to support and improve the communities where they live, in addition to helping people whose lives have been affected by natural disasters and other emergencies.
While more than 100,000 individuals are anticipated in the live audience in the Conference Center, millions will view or listen to the five scheduled general conference sessions in 95 languages via television, radio, satellite and Internet broadcasts. Full Story »
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