Friday, May 29, 2009

That's Trouble with a capital T

What: Elder Jay E. Jensen, of the Presidency of the Seventy, spoke to the media in Ghana about the purpose of the Church and how to protect our children in this age of moral decay.

Quote: "The craze to become rich overnight, through internet fraud, occultism and other ritual means, popularly known as ‘Sakawa,’ has become very widespread in recent times, and already questions are being raised about the role religious bodies could play to ensure the eradication of the canker, which has pushed a number of youth into moral destruction."

Reaction: Moral decay is a very serious problem in the United States as well as in Ghana. Even in Iowa, children are spending more time in pool halls than at home doing their chores.

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