2003-10-25 | Salt Lake City | Two years after first issuing loans through the Church’s Perpetual Education Fund, administrators are beginning to see the far-reaching effects of the program and its broad impact on members in developing nations.
“We are encouraged,” said Elder John K. Carmack, managing director of the Church’s Perpetual Education Fund and an emeritus General Authority. “Was there a demand? Yes.”
The Perpetual Education Fund program, he said, has the capacity to “revolutionize the Church,” developing leadership where it is needed and helping members raise families and contribute to their communities. ...
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