All Zimbabweans eagerly anticipate Christmas every year. It is a time for family, love and sharing.
Christmas- The Zimbabwean Way: It is a time for going to “kumusha” (rural home), for most Zimbabweans, to meet up with the rest of the family clan. Most importantly, it is a time for family, love, sharing and to reflect on the birth and teachings of Jesus Christ. All Zimbabweans eagerly anticipate its arrival every year.
Beginning November 28th, social media airwaves will be flooded with this special message from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
"The first gift was not wrapped, had no bow, wasn't purhased online or in a store. The first gift of Christmas was a simple gift. It wasn't gold or frankincense or myrrh. It was a gift of love and life and peace and hope given by a Father to all his children.
In an official ceremony, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints handed over the completed renovation project of the Town House in Harare.
At a special ceremony, representatives from local congregations of the LDS Church officially handed over various completed projects, including renovation of the Harare City Council Town House to the City of Harare, as part of their Mormon Helping Hands program.
“In all of us,” wrote Alex Haley, author of the popular novel Roots (based on his own family histories), “there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage — to know who we are and where we have come from.” Full Story »
The World Report is a semiannual report of news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). Full Story »
“It is easy to love the people of Africa,” Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles has said repeatedly. The faith and obedience of African Latter-day Saints, born of their love for the gospel, sets an example for all members of the Church, he said. Full Story »
Christian churches regard the question of authority — the divine right to preach, act in the name of God and direct the Lord’s church — in different ways. Some, like the Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Coptic churches, emphasize a continuous line of authority from the early apostles.Read More »