The Care of Others – President Nelson

'The road ahead will always be bumpy': President Nelson talks in new Church News video about finding relief in service

In a Church News video, President Russell M. Nelson revealed that the Church’s efforts to help in the COVID-19 pandemic have become the largest ever humanitarian response of the Church, with over 500 service projects in 160 countries.
In recent months the Church spent millions of dollars on humanitarian projects. Most of that money is funded by donations from Latter-day Saints who voluntarily make quick offerings or contribute to the Church’s humanitarian funds, both of which have increased during the coronavirus. Additionally, thousands of Relief Society sisters have participated in making more than 5.7 million surgical masks during ProjectProtect for caregivers.
Caring for one another and providing relief to others is valuable in more ways than one, said President Nelson.

President Russell M. Nelson and his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, explain how the COVID-19 pandemic has become the largest-ever humanitarian project of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — thanks to the generous sacrifices of members worldwide.

“I’ve learned that these emotions of fear, isolation and danger are best handled by immersing oneself in the care of other people,” President Nelson said.

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