LDS Church leaders encourage service

by | Oct. 04, 2010

What We Believe

Saturday's first day of the LDS Church's October general conference began with an announcement of five new temples from President Thomas S. Monson, and it ended three sessions and nearly 10 hours later with President Monson detailing the three R's of choice. And in between at the Conference Center, three two-hour sessions and 20 talks of testimony and messages of inspiration from general authorities and general auxiliary leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. n opening Saturday's morning session, President Monson announced five temples to be built in Hartford, Conn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Tijuana, Mexico; Urdaneta, Philippines; and Lisbon, Portugal. "The ordinances performed in our temples are vital to our salvation and to the salvation of our deceased loved ones," he said. "May we continue faithful in attending the temples, which are being built closer and closer to our members."
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