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Marriage in Africa

Andy and his fiancé planned a temple wedding and decided not to pay lobola
As we emulate the Savior’s love, He will surely bless and prosper our righteous efforts to save our marriages and strengthen our families
Our priesthood obligation is to put our families and the families of those around us at the center of our concern
The temple sealing has greater meaning as life unfolds. It will help you draw ever closer together and find greater joy and fulfillment
[The] proclamation on the family helps us realize that celestial marriage brings greater possibilities for happiness than does any other relationship
Marriages would be happier if nurtured more carefully
Family is the center of life and is the key to eternal happiness
The end of all activity in the Church is to see that a man and a woman with their children are happy at home, sealed for eternity
Doctrines on marriage in new brochure for members in Africa
A family built on the marriage of a man and woman supplies the best setting for God’s plan to thrive
Only in sealing ceremonies performed in dedicated temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does God offer the promise that families can be bound together forever
The Africa Southeast Area Presidency has published a new brochure outlining the Church's doctrine and principles of marriage in Africa
The Africa Southeast Area Presidency has produced a brochure on marriage for all members of the Church in Africa. It contains important doctrines and principles from the First Presidency and the Apostles