The seminary program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a four-year religious education program for youth. Open for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and not, this program aims to help the youth build their faith in the Atonement of Christ and make righteous actions that will help them be qualified for the blessings of the gospel and the temple.
Elder Steven R. Bangerter of the Seventy, Second Counselor in the Philippines Area Presidency, gives direction on how to have a more direct impact on the effectiveness of ministering brothers and sisters within the homes of part-member families.
Elder Evan A. Schmutz reiterates President Nelson's message to take greater responsibility for the development of our children and youth through gospel learning, service and activities, and personal development.
Elder Steven R. Bangerter of the Seventy, Second Counselor in the Philippines Area Presidency, wishes that this Christmas be filled with selfless acts of Christlike love as together we strive to emulate the life and teachings of our Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
The family unit is not only fundamental to society and the Church but also our hope for eternal life. Making our homes the ultimate setting for learning, living, and becoming.
Elder Michael U. Teh reminds us of the importance of creating a strong foundation for our spiritual homes-our personal testimonies and conversion. A foundation built on our testimony of Jesus Christ and His atonement and having a current temple recommend that signifies to the Lord that we are trying our best to obey His commandments and keep our sacred covenants.
Elder Evan A. Schmutz invites every member to give our all to establish The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Philippines with the help of the Area Plan.
Elder Taniela B. Wakolo invites all of us to make, honor, and renew sacred covenants they will open the door to every spiritual blessing and privilege available to all of us.
Elder Teh shares lessons learned during the different stages of his life.
Elder Evan A. Schmutz reminds us of the blessings that come when we love others first.
Beginners or Fresh Starters: Creating Christ-Centered Lives That Are Home-Centered and Church-Supported
Elder Taniela B. Wakolo counsels that we can commit to making a fresh start, to follow God’s prophet and focus our lives on the Savior through home-centered and Church-supported gospel learning and living.
Elder Michael Teh reminds us that the correct name comes a correct understanding of the reason for the season.