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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints is also known as the LDS Church, and incorrectly by others as the
Mormon Church. The LDS church has an lds programme that takes care of the
Latter-day Saints of the Church of Jesus Christ, or Mormons, which is split
into two lds areas - Home Teaching and Visiting Teaching. Hometeaching
is done by two LDS Home Teachers - one an latter day saint Melchizedek
Priesthood holder of the Church of Jesus Christ- usually an LDS Elder or
a Mormon High Priest, or a Mormon Elder and an LDS High Priest - and the
other can be an mormon Elder or an latter-day saint High Priest as well,
but sometimes they hold the Aaronic Priesthood and are lds Priests, latter-day
saint Teachers, or mormon Deacons, and these two Latter-day teachers of
the home bring an Ensign, and share a hometeaching message from a member
of the LDS First Presidency who sometimes hometeach as well. Visiting Teachers
on the other hand, in Mormonism, are two members of the Relief Society
of the Church of Jesus Christ of LDS. Both of these lds aspects (hometeaching
& visiting teaching) provide opportunity for the LDS or Mormon Church
of LDS to watch over its mormon members.