President Russell M. Nelson gives a message of comfort as the efforts to protect our communities from the COVID-19 pandemic continue. He talks of the peace that comes only through Jesus Christ.
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Emerging hip-hop artist and LDS musician Oba Bonner — who goes by O/B/A — shared a new and very catchy track on his Instagram account about the coronavirus that begins: “Hello hello corona, no it ain’t flu or pneumonia. O/B/A said it is “such an honor to be on United Nations Foundation Top 10 #HopeFromHome Moments among public figures I look up to such as NBA Great Dikembe Mutomb, Actor and icon, Jeff Goldblum, and others.”
Virtual Singing Time for LDS Primary Children for At-Home Church during Social Distancing Quarantine. Featuring Birthday Songs, I’m Trying to Be Like Jesus, Easter Egg Hunt (Resurrection Lesson), and I Know that My Redeemer Lives.
In the April 2020 General Conference for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elder Jeffrey R Holland talked about our need to hope. He said, “We all need to believe that what we desire in righteousness can someday, someway, somehow, yet be ours… WE CAN HOPE.” Hope is necessary to move forward in a world of chaos and difficulty.
As we commemorate Jesus’s death and resurrection this weekend we feel so much gratitude for Him. He is always there for us. He rescues us from our darkest hours. May you find peace this Easter season. May our Savior rescue us from this worldwide pandemic.
No mask? Don’t worry. Here are two ways to make a cloth mask with things you have at home. No sewing required!
n this video, all of the hosts recorded their FAVORITE parts of the semi annual General Conference from the latest session, April 2020.