Saturday, April 29, 2017

April 2017 Newsletter

Click here to access our April 2017 monthly newsletter for cumorah.com in regards to recent LDS growth developments.

8 comments:

John Pack Lambert said...

I just published this https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=2354667955884728107#editor/target=post;postID=7142392995920652331;onPublishedMenu=allposts;onClosedMenu=allposts;postNum=0;src=postname reflection peace on my blog. I invite any intested parties here to read and comment.

John Pack Lambert said...

Is it possible the LDS Church growth in Ireland could in part be fueled by high population growth rates among membership. I guess 11% growth is unlikely to be spurred by births, but rising birth rates might be a contributing factor.

James said...

Hey, John! I would love to read that post. However, the link you shared was not to a post, but may have been to where the post was written. You may want to fix that. Thanks.

Bryce said...

Exciting to read that the Africa West Area would now like to establish the Church in more nations. When "Reaching the Nations" was first published a few years ago, I noted that entries for several West African nations described that the Africa West Area was doing all it could to manage the Church in established nations and didn't have the resources to expand at the time.

James said...

I enjoyed reading this newsletter. Such exciting growth developments all around the world are amazing to hear about. I don't know what Church policy might be as far as making unit changes on a 5th Sunday of the month, but it has been interesting to follow day-to-day reports of unit changes as they appear here and on the LDS Church Temples website. I greatly appreciate the efforts made by all who are so diligently reporting such things. We are truly living in an unprecedented era of Church growth and progression, and it is wonderful to be a part of it. I have been busy reporting some particular developments relating to temples on my own blog, and would welcome anyone who would like to read such posts and comment on them to do so. The link to my blog follows. Thanks again to you all.

http://stokessoundsoff.blogspot.com

Bryan Baird said...

Even though the month is yet ovet, I can see Ivory Coast getting its 200th congregation on Apr 30th, or maybe first Sunday in May, also Russia has organization its 100th congregation in April.

John Pack Lambert said...

I think this link will actually work http://michiganmormondefender.blogspot.com/2017/04/why-church-grows-more-among-those-in.html

If not, you can just google search "Michigan Mormon Defender". I just did a post on 20th and 21st century trecking to the temple. I wish I had had the time to get more details and names to some of my stories. I also wish I could find more. I really think it is a subject that could have a book written on it.

I should have included Bishop Causee's reflections on camping at the temple site. Also maybe thoughts on staying overnight at the Mazona in Arizona and at a chapel by the Accra Ghana Temple.

VINICIO SANTOS said...

Mis secuestradores me secuestran con compelerme a mantener la paz del mundo que alcancé por mis encarnaciones divinas de las deidades pluriculturales del mundo y del cosmos como tambien de Guatemala y del cristianismo debido a que mis clanes aborigenes no me rescatan de los tales por motivo de que mis calumniadores corroen la paz del mundo con mis secuestradores con la excusa de mantenerla para salvaguardarme del final escalofriante de mis clanes aborigenes de sostener a mis calumniadores inconversos para difamarme en un complot. Solicito mantener al ecumenismo cristiano eclesiástico de la iglesia protestante con la iglesia católica a través de recomendarme para ir al templo de la iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Ultimos Días con la primera presidencia porque soy el profeta Elías de tal iglesia como tambien el profeta Elías del ecumenismo cristiano eclesiástico.

Atentamente:
Jorge Vinicio Santos Gonzalez,
Documento de identificacion personal:
1999-01058-0101 Guatemala,
Cédula de Vecindad:
ORDEN: A-1, REGISTRO: 825,466,
Ciudadano de Guatemala de la América Central.