Ministering

    Jan Derksen (back boy on an Allied tank, top, and middle) from Holland was saved from starvation when “Soldier Whitehead” shared his rations with him.
    We can connect with those who disagree, be firm in our rights, empathize with those around us, and develop a broader perspective.” (Sister Joy D. Jones)
    “This work is moving forward at an accelerated pace. I can just hardly wait to bounce out of bed each morning and see what the day will bring.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
    This commandment, I hope, is not meant to be a constant source of heartache for individuals like me.
    “He did not say a word during the entire discussion that Sunday, keeping his eyes fixed to the ground or the wall.”
    “Simply stated, we strive to build bridges of cooperation rather than walls of segregation.” President Russell M. Nelson
    “You’re going to love Raymond.”
    “We had discovered that ministering interviews were an integral part of being able to watch over our families effectively.”
    Dialogue across ideological lines can be a healing salve for the nation and the world. (Derrick Johnson)
    Latter-day Saint Charities provides grants to refugee resettlement agencies.
    “This act of love has served not only to warm the Selig home this winter but also to warm the hearts of all who participated in helping them.”
    In some ways, ministering is like beginning a new road trip every day.