A Global Christ-Centered Faith

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Some people may refer to it as the Mormon Church, however, the official name of the Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a testimony in and of itself that it is the Lord’s Church and its members worship and revere Him as Savior and Lord. It is a worldwide Church consisted of many diverse cultures, nationalities, backgrounds, languages, and dialects. Nevertheless, no matter where a person travels in the world, he or she will find that the Church is the same. Both the Bible and the Book of Mormon are used in teaching the gospel, as well as in personal study. Latter-day Saints believe and testify that both are the Word of God. By their fruits ye shall know them, and so everyone is also welcome to visit the weekly services and learn for themselves what Latter-day Saints believe and teach. Members of the Church are ordinary people who strive to emulate the Savior in their daily lives through compassion, charity, and service, realizing that we are all God’s children, and so we are all brothers and sisters.