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- Area Presidency Messages

Elder S. Mark Palmer shares some personal examples of how we can reach out to, love and serve others.
Elder S. Mark Palmer invites members to ponder the October General Conference messages and look for how they apply in your life.
Self-reliance has a purpose which is to help us be able to serve. We need to teach that self-reliance is not the end goal but is a means to the goal of service
'We increase our faith as we rely on His promises and ask for His enabling grace' - Elder Kevin S. Hamilton
'A seemingly small decision such as whether or not to attend a sacrament meeting can have far-reaching, even eternal, consequences.'
Feb Elder Ellis message humility 
Two thousand years ago, a firstborn Son came into the world. He was a priceless gift from the Eternal Father for us all.
Elder Hamilton shares how his family felt a desire to be more engaged in the work of bringing souls to God
“In the eternal perspective, the blessings obtained by sacrifice are greater than anything that is given up.”
“If you start right and keep it simple, you will stay right” - Elder Bednar
'Most of the Lord’s promises are conditional on our doing'
At the Durban temple groundbreaking Elder Cook told this story of a sister who walked for 9 hours to attend church each week
President Hinckley said, 'There is never enough time to do it all', so how do we choose what to do?
Elder Cook invites us to test, try and prove the law of tithing
Elder Cook teaches how we can keep the Sabbath day holy
When it comes to temples and temple worship, we had better get going
Elder Ellis reminds us of some important things we can learn from the temple
The Area Presidency has a special message for us about attending the temple.
Elder Cook reminds of the importance of attending the temple
There is only one way to assess our honesty, and that is from God's point of view
Elder Hamilton reminds us of the blessings we receive from Sabbath day observance.
Elder Cook reminds us that following the prophets' instructions on marriage will bless us and our families
President Cook discusses the pitfalls of pride
The Lord's way to receive blessings is to help the poor and become self-reliant.  
It is important to collect, preserve, and share Church history.  
The gifts Our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ gave us are not one time gifts.  
The divinity of Jesus Christ and the reality of His Atonement are either true or they are not.  
Lena Sofia and Matts Leander Renlund listened to missionaries preach the restored gospel.  
Self-reliance means that we do not need others to help support us or our families financially.  
My Grandma Jenny had a unique gift for communicating in colorful and poignant ways.  
'You can do this. Please know that I am with you!'  
Let our hearts be 'knit together in unity and in love one towards another.' (Mosiah 18:21)  
The importance of a name can never be underestimated.  
The Lord's Law of Finance is available to everyone.  
We must all participate.  
'He is my best friend.' An Area Presidency message
We cannot sit back and wait for others to tell us what to do.