Family Home Evening is a program that helps build and strengthen family relationships
Thousands of Mormons in Kenya are joining other members of the worldwide Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to celebrate 100 years of Family Home Evening this April 2015. This centennial program has blessed millions of families worldwide.
Residents of Misikhu, Kenya gathered at a newly constructed meetinghouse to witness the dedication of this house of worship in their community.
Grateful residents came on foot, some rode bicycles, and others travelled for miles on Matatus (public vans) to view the beautiful new meetinghouse. President Gary C. Hicken of the Kenya Nairobi Mission offered the dedicatory prayer, consecrating the building worship and wholesome use by the members of the community.
The ‘For the Strength of the Youth Convention’ for young people ages 14 to 18 came to an end on 21st December 2014. The five day event organized by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was an outstanding opportunity for the youth of the Church. Drawn from across the country, youth gathered at Kabarak University for a spiritual and leadership adventure.
Around 200 youth from the eleven congregations of the Church in Nairobi, Kenya, gathered in Upper Hill, Nairobi, to hear their leaders talk to them about how to use the social media to share the gospel. Full Story »
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Mormons and their friends—those 18 years old and older—are taking part in Brazil Volunteer, the volunteer force behind this year's World Cup and other events such as the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Full Story »