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A major emigration of settlers traveled across the Great Plains and into the Far West of the United States between 1847 and 1868 to help establish homes and new communities in the Salt Lake Valley. Most of these new arrivals were followers of the Church of the Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) seeking a new land to
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You may be yawning at the thought of yet another Pioneer Day parade celebrating the heroic arri
Learn stories of faith, trials, and miracles from LDS pioneer women while they crossed the plains. These are perfect to share in your next talk or lesson.
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2016 LDS Sharing Time Ideas for July Week 3: The pioneers worked hard and sacrificed to build temples.
2016 Sharing Time Outline Theme: "I Know the Scriptures Are True" July 2016 Sharing Time Topic: The Temple Is a House of God July 2016 Scripture: “Sacred ordinances and covenants available in holy temples make it possible for individuals to return to the presence of God and for families to be united eternally” (“The Family: A Proclamation to the World,” paragraph 3). July 2016 Song: “I Love to See the Temple” (CS 95) July Week 3 Topic: The pioneers worked hard and sacrificed to build…
Most of us have heard of Ephraim Hanks, Porter Rockwell, Eliza R. Snow, and many other high-profile pioneers who accomplished notable events during the early years of the Church. But there are also others who were influential members of the Church who impacted the Latter-day Saints as well as the outside world. Here are just a few significant pioneers that you may never have heard of before.
The Church’s history with race is complex and controversial. Here is a look at the priesthood and temple bans, the “curses” associated with dark skin, and the evolution of LDS beliefs and doctrine.
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Handouts: These are sized as 4×6 images, but there are also PDF files with 4 of each image on a page, and a bookmark View and download all images and PDF files here “Whether you have pion…
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Meet some lesser-known women in church history who made contributions in medicine, leadership, suffrage, education and missionary work and who as professor Mary Jane Woodger said "made indelible footprints upon the church."
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This weekend, a video was shared in the General Women's Session of general conference around the meeting's theme of providing relief, particularly for refugees. The video used journal accounts to tell the story of Mormon refugees saved by the citizens of Quincy. Watch the video here and read more of the story below.
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In the years before America’s bloody Civil War ended black slavery, it was euphemistically called the nation’s “peculiar institution.”
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