Over the past week, church leaders have shared messages on social media about repentance, personal revelation, following prophets and using technology to help gather Israel.
President Russell Ballard, acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, posted on Facebook in October. 26 If someone gets lost, they will never get lost before the Savior. “With the blessing of repentance, we can return to Him. He will help us learn, grow and change as we strive to stay on the covenant path,” President Ballard wrote.
Elder Dieter R. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted a video on Instagram of an in-person meeting with leaders of the Church’s Asia region.
While in Asia, Elder Uchtdorf posted on Facebook about meeting Sister Louise at the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in Bangkok and offering her a humanitarian donation to help her work.
Following a speech to college students at the University of Utah in August, Elder David A. Bedner of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared a video on Facebook in October. 27 As to why it is unreasonable to claim that belief in Jesus Christ is unreasonable.
On Oct. 23, Elder Quentin A. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles tweeted about the freedom and liberty that only the Gospel of Jesus Christ can provide.
If we come to Jesus Christ in accordance with His teachings, we will experience the freedom and liberty that only His Gospel can provide—the freedom to receive personal revelation and the freedom to be who our Heavenly Father wants us to be.
— Quentin L. Cook (@CookQuentinL) October 23, 2022
Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted a video on Instagram in October. 27 From a recent broadcast to missionary training centers around the globe, he talks about following the living prophet.
Relief Society President Camille N. Johnson posted on Facebook on October 10 about “rooted” plants. 23. “Jesus Christ is willing to loosen our roots and help us change so we can become more like Him,” she said.
In an Instagram post from Strive To Be (a church youth account), Young Women General Conference President Bonnie H. Cordon shared five principles for helping youth use technology to help gather Israel.
Brother Bradley R. Wilcox, Second Advisor to the Youth First Presidency, shared on Facebook on October 15 a message he received from a former bishop. 26 on the new “Power for Youth” guide.
In an Instagram video in October. On January 28, Primary General President Susan H. Porter announced new resources for parents and Primary leaders to help children and youth understand the blessings and privileges of making and keeping holy covenants .
On October 1, 28, Sunday School President Mark L. Pace shared how ministering brothers and sisters learned how to study the scriptures at home.