Church, Government, Business and Community Leaders Gather to Mark Milestone
Leaders and guests of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered in Port Moresby last night to mark the 35th anniversary of the creation of the first congregation of the Church in Papua New Guinea.
For many years the Church has had a reference section on its main website for various "gospel topics," listed in alphabetical order. Beginning in November of 2013 the Church began supplementing the material there by publishing in-depth essays on topics of special public interest, including accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision, the Book of Mormon translation process and many more (see complete list below).
Women and girls from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participated last month in an ‘International Day of the Girl’ celebration held at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Tafuna, American Samoa.
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