The First Presidency invites members to learn about welfare principles and the history of the Church’s welfare plan.
Members in every dispensation have practiced principles of provident living because the Savior is the architect of the welfare plan.
Although the welfare plan was not formalized until 1936, the early Saints recognized the importance of self-reliance and service.
Members around the world strive to become self-reliant and achieve a balanced life.
Although we do not share the Savior’s divine calling, we can share in His ministry by serving one another.
When we contribute our time, talents, and resources to assist others, we are building the kingdom of God.
Living welfare principles is about putting our faith in Jesus Christ into action.