LDS congregations moving forward with big changes after General Conference
It was a significant weekend during the 188th Annual General Conference for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Now LDS wards and branches throughout the world will be adjusting to the changes announced by President Russell M. Nelson.
That includes moving the men into one group called the Elders Quorum, and dropping the Home and Visiting Teaching programs in exchange of a new emphasis called “ministering.”
Listen to more about that in the audio report below.
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