"This is a noble and commendable work and, when you go about improving the lives of your fellowmen with an eye single to the glory of God, it is pleasing to your Father in Heaven," he said. "In addition to your heavy workload, you consecrate your time, talents and resources going beyond the call of duty in helping others."
Humble service can build strong bridges, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the First Presidency said during a dinner in conjunction with the spring meeting for Collegium Aesculapium — a non-profit organization of LDS physicians and health professionals. During the dinner program at a hotel in Salt Lake City on March 31, President Uchtdorf was awarded for his contributions in humanitarian aid.
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