The President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, President Boyd K. Packer, spoke of what being a Latter-day Saint means, saying, “If someone is looking for a church that requires very little, this is not the one. It is not easy to be a Latter-day Saint, but in the long run it is the only course. Regardless of opposition or ‘wars, rumors of wars, and earthquakes in diverse places,’ no power or influence can stop this work. Every one of us can be guided by the spirit of revelation and the gift of the Holy Ghost.”