Apostle Fulfills Historic Assignments in Europe

Being a Latter-day Saint in Greece is not easy. Members there endure persecution and discrimination. Some have lost jobs because of their faith. Others have been expelled from school.

Still, the small collection of members that call Greece home have remained faithful. They persevere amid their hardships.

That was the observation of Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostle. The Church leader visited and counseled with members and missionaries in Greece during his recent European travel assignment (March 13-24) that included stops in four nations — England, Belgium, Cyprus and Greece.

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