In a country of over 5 million people, the 4,400 Saints in Denmark dare to be Mormon and dare to stand alone. Find out more about these stalwart Saints. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a rich history in Denmark. Keep reading for just a taste of what that history...
At half the size of Texas, Japan may be small, but its gospel legacy packs a powerful, poetic punch. Learn more about the 126,000 dedicated and loyal Saints living in Japan. 1. President Kimball called the Tokyo temple dedication as “the most significant and important event in the history...
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