Asia Area Leader Message - We have recently received instruction from the prophet and apostles of God pertaining to how keeping the Sabbath Day holy both at church and in our homes will increase our faith in Heavenly Father and his Beloved Son, Jesus Christ.
Area Leader Message - “The future of your faith is not by chance, but by choice.” 1 With that as his principle theme, Elder Neil L. Andersen gave an inspiring sermon at the October 2015 General Conference on the importance of choosing faith.
It has been almost forty years since I attended my first meeting in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: a baptismal service in which a classmate of mine would be performing a baptism.
It was very late at night. A beloved mother, grandmother and nurse was returning home. She had spent that night helping the sick.
Asia Area Leader Message - Elder Jeffrey R. Holland in the October 1995 General Conference gave a beautiful sermon on the origin and purpose of the sacrament.
Asia Area Leader Message - The first “Temple Worship” experience for me and my wife was on May 6, 1981 when we were endowed and sealed in the Tokyo Temple.
Asia Area Leader Message - The Lord in his infinite mercy for his children has always provided various ways to assist in leading them to exaltation and eternal life.
Asia Area Leader Message - Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer. By learning of Him and obeying the commandments, all mankind can have eternal life with the grace of God and Jesus’ redeeming sacrifice.
Asia Area Leader Message - “Marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God and that the family is central to the Creator’s plan for the eternal destiny of His children.”
Asia Area Leader Message - In the Grand Council of Heaven, Heavenly Father presented the plan of salvation (1) to His spirit children. We learned that we could become like our Heavenly Father in His glorious body of flesh and bones.
Asia Area Leader Message - In his talk 'Keeping the Temple Holy,' President Hinckley urged us to 'Keep His house holy!'
As a Church Area, we are now invited, in a gradual, long-term way, to help each other toward self-reliance.