The award honors community leaders of other faiths who have made outstanding contributions to the family. The Church teaches that the family is the most important unit in time and eternity and that families can best find happiness and success in life through the principles taught by Jesus Christ.
The Centreville Virginia Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints honored Deputy County Executive of Fairfax County Patricia Harrison; the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia, and the Rev. Dr. Eugene Johnson of Mount Olive Baptist Church with the 2011 Family Values Award at a ceremony held on Saturday, May 21, at the Church's meetinghouse in Centreville, Virginia.
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