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Faith in Action
60 minutes | Sep 12, 2011
050: Orphaned in India
Upon earning his degree in Audiology, Dr. ADSN Prasad quickly learned his life's calling would be to help orphaned and disabled children in India. What started with taking in just one of his patients has turned into a chance to help thousands of other children. Learn all about his, and his family's, mission and their incredible story of conversion in this episode of Faith In Action.
60 minutes | Sep 5, 2011
049: Kaw River Ward Documentary
With the worldwide growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it's not uncommon for bilingual wards to be created. However, these types of wards can come with unique challenges. Learn how one ward in Kansas met their challenges head-on and created a successful ward family.
24 minutes | Aug 29, 2011
048: One Step at a Time
There are thousands of people worldwide who are living today without legs and for many of them, the possibility of walking with a prosthetic is far from possible. In this episode, meet an inspiring group of Brigham Young University students who have pooled their talents together and created an affordable prosthetic leg that could change the lives of thousands.
26 minutes | Aug 22, 2011
047: Serving in the Storehouse
Did you know that there are over 140 Bishop's Storehouses throughout the world? Each are an important resource for the communities they serve. Join us for this in-depth look at one of largest and busiest storehouses in the Church; the Lindon, Utah storehouse.
38 minutes | Aug 15, 2011
046: Dresses for Africa
Imagine sewing hundreds of dresses for children living thousands of miles away in one day! The sisters of the Fort Collins, Colorado Stake did just that as part of their annual service day. Learn about the incredible miracles that led to accomplishing this incredible task, hear about the other projects they completed as well and feel inspired by the testimony of these incredible Saints.
47 minutes | Aug 8, 2011
045: Treasure Hunters
Imagine diving for sunken treasure and artifacts on the ocean floor! That's what a group of Latter-day Saints do every day off the shores of the Dominican Republic. But it's not just about finding worldly treasures, they've also found a way to give back. Learn how their treasure hunting turned into humanitarian work in this fascinating episode of Faith In Action.
52 minutes | May 30, 2011
044: Serving at St. Vincent's
Latter-day Saints and Catholics join hands in serving Salt Lake City's homeless population at the St. Vincent DePaul Food Kitchen. A charity run by the Catholic Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has come to play in important role in what goes on there. Gain an indepth look at service, despite differences in belief.
45 minutes | May 16, 2011
043: Austin Bennett
Austin Bennett's young life was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His family was left wondering how their home could continue to accommodate his continuing needs in light of his debilitating illness. That's where their ward and stake came to the rescue with an incredible gift. Join us as we discuss the process and miracles surrounding the remodeling of their home.
32 minutes | May 6, 2011
042: Garth and Wendy Green - England
Garth and Wendy Green thought their background running their plumbing business would fit perfect into a clean water mission. To their surprise, they were called to England, where most people drink water right out of the tap. Instead, they used their experience to teach the people throughout Europe valuable self-employment principals. Learn how their workshops not only helped people find employment, but also opened doors for preaching the Gospel.
35 minutes | May 2, 2011
041: Mike and Melba Caldwell - Mongolia
Mike and Melba Caldwell were shocked to learn they would be serving a humanitarian mission in Mongolia, but when they arrived they quickly grew to love the people there. Two of their major responsibilities included helping people find employment and teaching English classes. Join us as we discuss how their work helped members and nonmembers alike.
49 minutes | Apr 25, 2011
040: The Gift of Hearing - Justin Osmond
Imagine being born with 90 % hearing loss. That's exactly the challenge Justin Osmond faced early on in life -- the only member of the Osmond's second generation to suffer this disability. With the help of his parents, Merrill and Mary Osmond, Justin learned to talk, play multiple instruments and has even performed with his musical family. Today, he's turned his disability into the inspiration behind his charity work throughout the world. Learn how Justin is giving the gift of hearing to thousands of people worldwide and discover what motivates this incredible man to keep doing it.
36 minutes | Apr 18, 2011
039: Japanese Tsunami - Reacting with Love
Three Japanese sisters talk about their reaction to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. They describe the situations of their families and friends in Japan and discuss how they are helping the people there while living in Utah. We are also joined by Brother Ty Johnson from the Welfare Department of the Church, who gives us an update on Church support for Japan and tells us how other members can help, if we so choose.
35 minutes | Apr 4, 2011
038: Frank and Alice Wall - Argentina
Frank and Alice Wall first served a mission at home in Provo at the missionary training center. That inspired the couple to serve again; this second time they were called to serve a humanitarian mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Whether teaching gardening skills or providing quality health care, the Walls experienced a wide array of service opportunities. Join us as we discuss their experiences working both with people in rural Argentina as well as in the city.
36 minutes | Mar 28, 2011
037: Bob and Susan Bird
Imagine never knowing if the water you’re about to drink is clean. That’s the daily reality of many people living around the world, until humanitarian missionaries like Bob and Susan Bird come into the picture. Much of their mission focused on providing clean drinking water to the people of Madagascar. Join us for their powerful insight into this and other humanitarian work going on in that country.
31 minutes | Jan 31, 2011
036: Miracle Makeover
For a Christmas service project, one ward decided to remodel the home of a family in need. Christy is a single mom with three boys, one of whom has a rare form of dwarfism. The ward built ramps, lowered sinks and microwaves, and added another room, as well as many other improvements. Join us for this powerful story of service, and hear how it allowed the ward to come together.
28 minutes | Nov 8, 2010
035: Brother and Sister Thomsen
Dignitaries come from around the world to visit Salt Lake City. As a part of the tours that are given, many of these dignitaries come to the Humanitarian Center. Listen as Doug and Lorie Thomsen take you on that same tour and talk of the people who come and learn about the humanitarian efforts around the world that begin here at the Salt Lake Humanitarian Center.
43 minutes | Aug 23, 2010
034: Brother and Sister Cudney
In preparation for the dedication of the Kyiv Ukraine Temple, listen to this episode, in which Brother and Sister Cudney give their time and talents to the building up of the kingdom in Ukraine. Listen to the needs of the people and the feelings of gratitude as lives are changed by these humanitarian missionaries.
43 minutes | Aug 16, 2010
033: Brother and Sister Dosdall
Much like the Tanners in episode 28 of Faith in Action, the Dosdalls served in India as humanitarian missionaries. However, their story is unique and touching in a different way. The Dosdalls served exclusively at an orphanage. Listen to beautiful stories of how the lives of these orphans were changed simply by the love of these two faithful missionaries.
44 minutes | Aug 9, 2010
032: Navajo Service Project
Learn about the Pleasant Grove, Grove Creek 5th Ward priests quorum service project to the Navajo reservation
39 minutes | Jul 19, 2010
031: Josh Brazier and Luke Drake
Listen to this wonderful story of an idea that turned into an opportunity to affect thousands. Listen to the story of the creation of Kaiizen, a nonprofit organization with one purpose only: To help others less fortunate. Don’t miss out on these touching stories of children who have had their lives changed forever just because of those who were willing to serve them.
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