Nearly 800 members and of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints anxiously filled their Uganda Kampala regional center to over-flowing on Sunday, November 23rd, in order to be instructed by leaders of the Church. They were urged by the their leaders through a broadcast that originated from the Church Headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, to live the gospel culture.
Standing before an audience of hundreds of international religious leaders and scholars at the Vatican summit on marriage opened Monday by Pope Francis, President Eyring, 81, called for "a renaissance of happy marriages and productive families."
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints constructs boreholes and public latrine in an effort to meet health and sanitation needs in Uganda.
Through its Humanitarian Department, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints contributed toward the health and sanitation needs of a community in Uganda with the construction of boreholes and a public latrine.
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