SALT LAKE CITY — Despite having more than 14.7 million members spread across six continents, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues to minister to its people — and their communities — in personal, meaningful ways.
As part of their duties as church leaders, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (as well as numerous other church officials) travel the globe, meeting with church members, training local church leaders, visiting government leaders and spreading messages of the gospel around the world.
According to Mormon Newsroom, “All of the apostles are regarded by Church members as ‘special witnesses’ of Jesus Christ throughout the world. They travel frequently, addressing and encouraging large congregations of members and interested nonmembers and meeting with local leadership.”
In the past four months alone, the apostles have traveled thousands of miles and visited the four corners of the earth. The infographic below shows just some of these travels and what was accomplished there.