Providing for poor a staple of LDS church
Aug. 17, 2003
PRISCILLA NORDYKE RODEN, Staff Writer
ReligionNewsBlog.com • Tuesday August 19, 2003
COLTON – The tantalizing scent of chocolate piques the senses, but nowhere in the cavernous building in Colton is there a candy bar or steaming mug of cocoa.
It is filled with big bags of dry pudding mix, beans, flour and sugar: staples that portray the golden rule of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mormons take care of themselves and others.
The church that is known for its exclusive rituals and richly appointed temples humbly performs good works.
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