Faith—An Action Word. From an interview with Anne Moses of the Dartmouth Nova Scotia Stake. People who knew Tom Moses said that he would stop taking the discussions as soon as he heard about the Word of Wisdom. He listened to the message and that very evening gave up his cigarettes and never touched them again.
Faith in Jesus Christ is a motivating force that inspires people to do good and to be good, and Mormons’ faith inspires them to act. Mormons’ belief in Jesus Christ leads them to repent of their sins, be baptized, attend church on Sundays, care for the poor and needy, and seek to do good in their neighborhoods and communities.
It was then that I realized that I needed to have more faith. As President Russell M. Nelson has prescribed, “Faith is the antidote for fear” (Ensign, May, 2014). It was time to stop relying on myself and thinking I could do this on my own and start putting my faith in Heavenly Father and His plan for this journey.
In March 2020, the world was at the beginning of an unpredictable pandemic. Many believed a mere two-week quarantine might help us “get back to normal.” Now, two years later, we reflect on what we have learned.
Canadian fathers who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints explain how their faith in Jesus Christ shapes their understanding of manhood and fatherhood.
In Nova Scotia, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participated alongside others during World Interfaith Harmony Week, where the theme was “Discovering the Many Faces of Faith.”
Those attending a multi-faith iftar in Ottawa on April 26, 2022, first had to pass through security. Held across from Parliament Hill at the federal government’s Sir John A. Macdonald Building, the multi-faith iftar is an annual event co-sponsored by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Ottawa and the Parliamentary Friends Association, Ahmadiyya Muslim ...
Representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints attended Canada’s 52nd Annual National Prayer Breakfast held in Ottawa on May 18, 2017.
“[Jesus Christ] paid the compensatory price and provided the power for you to use Him to move every mountain you will ever face,” said Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, to single adults.