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“Canadians—both young and older—have not forgotten.'
She still looked really confused and added, “I thought you came here because of me.”
There will be a “new balance and connection between gospel instruction in the home and in the Church.” President Russell M. Nelson
One by one ministering should not be a rushed activity but be patiently personal.
Modern stories of Latter-day Saint Canadian women inspire each of us to carry on the important work of building and strengthening communities.
One by one ministering should not be a rushed activity but be patiently personal.
The purpose of the prayer breakfast is “to provide a safe place to be inspired to pray for our leaders and to consider the love and relevance of Jesus” (www.nslpb.ca). At the Cunard Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, over 430 guests were recently welcomed to the 38th Provincial Leadership Prayer Breakfast for a time of prayer and reflection. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participated on the steering committee and as entertainers for the event. The Dartmouth Nova Scotia Stake presidency and area public affairs directors attended the event.
“…it was important to celebrate the differences as well as the similarities among faith groups.” John MacLennan