While visiting the African nation of Ghana, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles met with missionaries, both young and old, at the Accra Ghana Missionary Training Center. Among many things he said, he prophesied, "Little by little, we’re going to see this continent covered by temples." This is what The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is built on - prophecy and direct revelation - and what The Mormon Eagle wishes to emphasize.
On Valentine's Day 2012, Elder Holland met with Ghana-area office employees in which he remarked that - and note that this is because of prophecy and revelation, and not in spite of it - the Church during 2012 will create the 3,000th Stake in the Church, and also that there will be 7 or 8 new mission created on the African continent.
On 16 February 2012, Elder Holland met with members at a fireside in Sierra Leon. During the standing-room-only meeting, Elder Holland "had the impression to invite two children - a brother and sister - to come up. He had on a white shirt and tie. She wore a beautiful, colorful dress." He then prophesied, "Their future - and the future of the Church - is bright, filled with possibility. I don't know what their lives might have promised 200 years ago, or 500 years ago, or 2,000 years ago, but in this day, with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Church established in this land, I can promise and see in great detail what their future will be. What hope, and faith and possibility they have." Elder Holland gave an Apostolic Blessing over the land, nation, and people while in Sierra Leon. "I was to [sic] able to pray for and bless the land, the people at large, government officials and for peace among warring fractions that might put an end to such horrific history [Africa has had in the past]" (Church News, week ending 25 February 2012, 4).
The Mormon Eagle knows that revelation leads The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and that President Monson is a Prophet of the Lord, even as Moses and Peter were. In the name of Jesus Christ, amen.