/r//politics The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) has an annual budget of $40 million and has been running a ministry in the US for the past 25 years.
Its a relatively new entity with an emphasis on religion, and the church has been known for its strong ties to conservative evangelicals.
Its founder, Thomas S. Monson, is a former Mormon, and has spoken at many Christian gatherings and conferences, including the annual National Prayer Breakfast.
However, the ministry is struggling to keep up with the pace of the growing church, with a shortage of pastors, the Times reported.
The church is currently recruiting pastors in several states and it is also looking to recruit a pastor for a church in Colorado.
The Mormons say that the new pastor would be an excellent addition to the group, since they need to be able to teach their flock how to practice religion in order to become a full church.
“Our mission statement is to ‘show people how to live a Christian life,’ and we want to make sure that we are able to do that in a way that respects the teachings of Jesus as well as the people who live in those communities,” the church said in a statement to the Times.
“Our goal is to teach people the faith, not necessarily the doctrines and principles of the church, but the ways in which the faith can serve the greater good.”
The church says it has also hired a religious science professor who would be able to teach the basics of science, theology, ethics, and history.
The church is also recruiting a theology professor who would teach the tenets of Mormon theology and how the faith can serve the larger good.
The church’s position is that the church is “building its church in every part of the world,” the Times reported.
It said the church plans to hire another religious science professor for the first time in California, where the church has a large campus in San Jose.
According to the Church, there are currently around 15,000 Mormon missionaries in the United States, and about 8,000 of them are in the South and the West, where the number of missionaries is growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world.
A recent Pew Research Center report showed that the number of US Mormons in 2015 was around 7.5 million, with about 3.5% of them identifying as evangelical, and another 3.2% identifying as non-evangelical.