Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have grown accustomed to changes, adjustments, new invitations, and a quickened pace since President Russell M. Nelson became our prophet in January 2018.
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Members of the Laie First Ward in Hawaii had a unique way of honoring many of these changes this Halloween. For their ward trunk-or-treat, Pate and Delsa Atoa Moe and Helen Atoa created a cemetery of Latter-day Saint programs and traditions that can now "rest in peace."
The clever display includes everything from Young Men presidencies to home and visiting teaching to the three-hour block.
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While not every recent change in the Church can be encapsulated in one truck bed graveyard, this display definitely captures the spirit of recent changes in the Church as we move forward with faith, trusting that the Lord is guiding His Church today through a living prophet.