Bharti Sumarajan expresses her testimony amid the COVID 19 crisis
Bagyalakshmi Suresh learned about about food storage at an activity and she says 'I was blessed to have sufficient food in my kitchen at all times'
Arun Kumar talks about his seminary and institute experience and how language barrier didn't stop him from learning about the gospel.
Joseph Raju of the Semmedu branch joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1971 and became one of the first native Indian, full-time missionaries to serve in India.
Lalitha Sokkanathan says here a little and there a little, through line upon line, my family became familiar with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
New Delhi members served their community by serving milk. They say we feel the Savior’s love for people as we serve them.
Vizag District President describes the essential characteristics a missionary to be should train and develop
We can join President Nelson in offering our own prayers of gratitude and be grateful for what we have, rather than focusing on what we do not have.
Mission President Thomas from the India Bengaluru Mission talks about the mission hymn and motto “I am the lower light”
Families are the most important part of Heavenly Father’s plan.
This experience helped me to gain a testimony of Jesus Christ and I also learned how the Holy Ghost can comfort us.
Our family was able to stay strong in the Church and we prepared ourselves to be sealed in the temple.