September 1973

“Mormonad,” New Era, Sept. 1973, 51


Zion Comes in Many Different Colors

Zion speaks Aymara, Afrikaans, Fijian, Polish, Mandarin, and more than twenty other languages. It lives in well over six hundred stakes and in practically every country in the world, from China to Argentina. It has 3,227,796 members who are red, yellow, brown, black, and white. Zion wears a sarong, a grass skirt, a blue collar, and a beret. It lives in igloos, huts, and condominiums.

Most important of all, it shares a common testimony that Jesus is the Christ and that his love, indeed, makes the world go ’round

Put your heart in the gospel.