Providing for poor a staple of LDS church

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.

“We just do it for the love of the Vacation? Short break? Day trip? Get Skip-the-line tickets at GetYourGuide.


(Listed if other than Religion News Blog, or if not shown above)
San Bernardino Sun, USA
Aug. 17, 2003

Religion News Blog posted this on Tuesday August 19, 2003.
Last updated if a date shows here:


More About This Subject


Our website includes affiliate links, which means we get a small commission -- at no additional cost to you -- for each qualifying purpose. For instance, as an Amazon Associate, Religion News Blog earns from qualifying purchases. That is one reason why we can provide this research service free of charge.

Speaking of which: One way in which you can support us — at no additional cost to you — is by shopping at