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10 special photos from Pres. Bingham’s and Pres. Cordon’s ministry in Asia

A YSA conference in Cambodia.
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In April 2022, Relief Society General President Jean B. Bingham and Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon visited Cambodia, Singapore, and Thailand. Their nearly two-week tour included discussions with local leaders, devotionals with members, personal visits, and participation in YSA conferences in Cambodia and Singapore.

After the trip, President Bingham told Newsroom, “It [was] a privilege to be in Asia, to meet the saints, to understand more of the culture, the environment that they are living in…I was just so impressed with the faith, the love, and the warmth that they have shown to us.”

See some of our favorite pictures from their ministry below.

A YSA conference in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
A young single adult conference in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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YSA conference in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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President Bingham taught missionaries in Cambodia.
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President Bingham at a YSA conference in Singapore.
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“We have met some dear families that are going through some real hard things, such as struggles with illness, but yet they have faith to move forward,” —President Cordon.
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"As we visited with them, their strong testimonies, their depth of feeling was just remarkable… they know who they are. They have chosen the covenant path that leads them to their Savior Jesus Christ." —President Bingham
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President Bingham visits with a woman at her home in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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President Cordon said she was impressed with young single adults in Asia.
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President Cordon with youth in Thailand.
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See additional photos and read more about the ministry trip at Newsroom.

▶ You may also like: Watch: What Sister Cordon learned about light after causing an Apostle to literally stumble in the dark

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