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Of One Heart in Malaysia 

Melaka YSA Conference Benefits Orang Asli Indigenous People

El Sanctuary, near Melaka, Malaysia was the gathering point for 120 enthusiastic young people, ages 18 to 30, from the Singapore Stake and every District of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in West Malaysia during July 26-28, 2014. The theme for this Young Single Adult conference was “One Heart.” 

 
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It's a New Day in Malaysia
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It's a New Day in Malaysia

"It's a New Day" for those striving to be more self-reliant in Malaysia. That was the theme of the official opening of the new Self-Reliance Center in Kuching, Malaysia on December 13, 2014. The new Center is located at No. 12096, Jalan Seladah, Kampung Tabuan Lalang 93350 Kuching, Sarawak and is owned  by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, more commonly known as Mormons.  

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Service Ever Was Their Watch Cry

 
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Service Ever Was Their Watch Cry
 

On consecutive nights in December 200 young men and women serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met to assemble "Comfort Kits" to be distributed to over 400 residents living in one of the Jamiyah facilities in Singapore. These young people spent some 600 hours in selfless service to prepare the kits and travel to the Jamiyah homes to bring good cheer to those who may be in need during the Christmas Season. 

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Latter-day Saints Provide Assistance at Stairway to Hope
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Latter-day Saints Provide Assistance at Stairway to Hope

A day of school isn't always met with anticipation for a child, but children at a school in East Malaysia are the exception. Each day about 220 Filipino children, ranging in age from 6 to 16, who are not able to attend a regular school are excited to attend the Stairway to Hope Learning Center each day.  Recently Latter Day Saint

 Charities provided much needed items to assist the school. 

 

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Mormon Helping Hands Give Community Service To Pure Life Society
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Mormon Helping Hands Give Community Service To Pure Life Society

Local volunteers from Puchong, Malaysia donned Mormon Helping Hands vests and tackled a mountain of debris, out of control banana trees, weeds in the herb garden, and baskets of laundry and ironing as a way of giving acts of service to Pure Life Society on November 15, 2014. 

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Family History Week held in Ipoh, Malaysia

 
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Family History Week held in Ipoh, Malaysia
 

The Ipoh congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open Family History Week during the week of December 2-6, 2014. Loh Gek Lian, Director of the Family History Center at the Church, organized the event with the help of many volunteers. A member of the congregation, Tan Seow Heng, welcomed visitors with opening remarks prior to the cutting of the ribbon. "The branches of the future are rooted in the past", he said. "A life not documented and recorded will be a lost record". 

 

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