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Helping Individuals and Families at Heart of Mormon Missionaries’ Service

Young men in white shirts and ties, young ladies in dresses or skirts, each wearing a black name tag ― are easily recognized as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. However, when these young missionaries see a need in the community, they quickly change into “grubbies,” roll up their sleeves, and go to work.

 
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Church Partners with Tongan Government to Rebuild 116 Homes on Cyclone-Hit Ha'apai Islands

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Tongan Government formally entered into a humanitarian partnership on 17 July to help the people of Ha’apai who are still recovering from January’s Cyclone Ian.

 
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Mormon and Māori

When missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in New Zealand in the 1850's, they came with a message for all.  It was one of God's love for all of His children, of restored New Testament Christianity, of revelation, and of additional scripture testifying of Jesus Christ.    

 
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‘Being There for Each Other’ Key to 30-Year-Friendship

Porirua friends Suzanne Galo and Ota Savaiinaea have been close for 30 years. The two ladies, both members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have shared joy and sorrow throughout their friendship.

 
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Cook Islands News Profiles Mormon Missionaries

Cook Islands News Profiles Mormon Missionaries

“Serving in the Cook Islands is a young man who has foregone all worldly ambitions and goals to focus on a two-year proselyting mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” The Cook Islands News reports this week.

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President and Sister Bize Begin Service in Church's Tahiti Papeete Mission

President and Sister Bize Begin Service in Church's Tahiti Papeete Mission

President Pierre Bize and Sister Brigitte Bize, of Los Angeles, California, United States, began their service this month leading The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Tahiti Papeete Mission.

 

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Leadership Changes in Latter-day Saint New Zealand Auckland Mission

Leadership Changes in Latter-day Saint New Zealand Auckland Mission

President Frederick K. Balli and his wife Robyn R. Balli took over the leadership of the New Zealand Auckland Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints this month.

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Leaders for Church's Samoa Mission Arrive in Apia

Leaders for Church's Samoa Mission Arrive in Apia

President Reed C. Tolman and Sister Debra Lane Tolman, new leaders of the Samoa Apia Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, arrived in Samoa this month.  

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Latter-day Saint Student Designs Brain-Controlled Prosthetic Hand

Latter-day Saint Student Designs Brain-Controlled Prosthetic Hand

“Future victims of accidents or warfare may have Waikato University student Mahonri Owen at least partly to thank when it comes to regaining the ability to throw a ball or hold a coffee cup,” The Waikato Times reports this week. 

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