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Published: Friday, May 25 2012 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Larry Lawton
Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Vai, a great story, peopled with some we knew while serving as senior missionaries in Cape May. In New Jersey, people often had to get married BEFORE they could be bapitzed. Here in China, it's different challenges, but equally refreshing to see change that is so obvious it reflects in the faces of those who find the gospel.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

The gospel touches so many lives in so many ways. Vai, thanks for being courageous in sharing the gospel that it might touch more lives, and thanks for writing about it.

Helping a soul find solid ground, supporting him or her as they build, or rebuild, on a solid foundation, being there when they celebrate milestones along the way.

That is joy. Beats talking trash about football.

Max Maw
North Wildwood, NJ

Thank you, Pres. Sikahema, for a story of redemption, and about the many people who stepped-in to bring the prodigal son home again. This is one of the great testimonies about the power of our faith, church, stake and branch; reaching out to the sheep that have strayed from the fold, and bringing them back to safety and salvation. Bless you and the Presidency for their many acts of compassion, mercy, and hospitality; bless our church leaders and members for acting in faith and according to the doctrine that was preached by our Lord and Savior, "love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another."

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