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In 2021, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continued to carry out Jesus’s commands to love God and neighbor. Latter-day Saint Charities and individual Saints brought relief to millions in need. Church leaders and missionaries shared the hope of Christ around the globe. Worship opportunities in houses of the Lord expanded, helping people connect at a deeper level with ancestors.
Below are highlights from another busy year of helping people everywhere feel the love of Christ.
Lifting Weary Hands, Strengthening Feeble Knees: The Church’s Humanitarian Aid
The Church engaged in some 575 COVID-19 related projects in 74 countries. The faith met needs of all kinds in many locations. These places include Australia, Beirut, Botswana, Brazil, Florida, Germany, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, the Navajo Nation, Panama, Paraguay, the Philippines, Qatar, Sudan, Syria and the United States.
This work provided COVID-19 vaccines COVID-19 vaccinesto millions, fed scores of hungry children, aided refugee resettlement, helped immigrants live better lives, procured blood donations, and much more.
Come, Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: The Messages of President Nelson
From the beginning of the year to the end, Church President Russell M. Nelson’s messages focused on the Savior of the world.
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