I'm not sure what's more admirable: that these African saints
sacrifice and suffer through so much just so that they can attend the temple, or
that other members were so generous to help them be able to do so with dignity.
God bless the Relief Society.
I am definitely going to share this story with the Sisters in the two wards in
Lake Havasu City, Hopefully I can help them to learn what Humanitairan Service
is. and That Relief Society Homemaking meetings are not just a chance to do
crafts for themselves.May the Lord bless these great sisters for
The world would not work without Grandmas
This article about the Women making temple Bags broght Tears to my Eyes. I am
an 87 year old with the calling of Humanitarian Service Leader in my ward, and
want to desperately to get te the young sisters to really understand what
Humanitarian Service is all about. I am definitely going to print this off and
share it in Relief Society, Relief Society is definitely not a Craft program
which many of the sisters are doing at this time. Thank you to the dear sisters
of this article.
If these wonderful women has such commitment and testimony to serve others in
need thousands of miles away in spite of physical handicaps, what say I for my
neighbor next door?Thank you for this great article and inspiring us
to a higher level!
THIS is what life is really 'all about', up to our last breath! As a
caregiver, I work with clients in different facilities and all of them, without
exception, have residents who want to be 'entertained', get bored, and
wait/want to have things done for them. I KNOW from experience, that they would
all be happier if they had an outlet for usefulness in life....With
the African saints reciprocating with a happy, kind, thank you they have all
given each other hugs across the seas!!Thanks for an uplifting