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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
Suzen spent her life serving and helping others, blessing many lives
Members of the Church, as a people, don’t have to look back far in history to reflect on times when the Latter-day Saints were refugees
While Tarryn waits for her mission call to arrive, she is preparing for her mission, not waiting idly
Members share how they were able to #LIGHTtheWORLD
Some homesick missionaries brought Christmas cheer to an old age home and an orphanage
She loved taking in homeless children and caring for them until they married
Every member is needed, and every member needs an opportunity to serve
The Church provides neonatal training, wheelchairs, vaccinations, clean water and vision treatment
Providing water for two schools in Zimbabwe enabled the school children to be able to grow food
There was a large variety of service projects undertaken in the Africa Southeast Area by over 52000 members of the Church this year
Nomusa used the Church's Employment Program with graduating engineers, and they all found work
Members share how they were brought back to church
Sister Kato learned a lesson while cooking
Unused rooms at a clinic are turned into a shelter for new mothers
Ponesai Vanhu Children's Home is an orphanage which houses approximately fifty orphans and vulnerable children. They had no fixed reliable source of water but senior missionaries have changed that
LDS senior missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints bless lives around the world as they serve their fellowmen
'When ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God' (Mosiah 2:17)
Elder and Sister Palmer are new members of the Africa Southeast Area Presidency
LDS Charities is helping build latrines for a refugee camp in Rwanda
In a world of constant change and commotion, we may often feel like strangers
The Church is encouraging members to support refugees throughout the world
Photos from the Young Ambassador's recent visit 
Learning a skill, such as sewing, helps people become self-reliant
LDS Charities is dedicated to helping the poor and needy throughout the world
Although the efforts of the campaign have improved many lives, not all the benefits have been physical
“I do what I do because of my passion for persons with disabilities in dire need of technical mobility aids”
The Centurion Ward has been involved in many wonderful service projects
A soccer player's friends bring him back to church activity