Mexican saints are rededicating themselves to the Lord

Judging by the numbers, Mexico is a bastion of Church activity. The nation's 12 temples are more than every other country save the United States, and more than one million Latter-day Saints call Mexico home.

And yet, being an active Mormon in Mexico is no easy affair. Every day the faithful members of the Church have no choice but to navigate a treacherous social climate where menacing drug cartels brazenly intimidate law-abiding citizens via kidnappings and murders.

With the salvation of their souls and the fate of their families at stake, Latter-day Saints in Mexico are rededicating themselves to the Lord — and with great effect.

Spurred on by a challenge from their Area Presidency, Mexican members of the Church are attending and serving in the temple more often and increasing their focus on Book of Mormon study.

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