Category: church history
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints owns two properties — a 1,100-acre northern tract and a 3,100-acre southern one — in Lee’s Summit, MO. It has partnered with the city to develop them.Read More
The Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum, were shot and killed while under the protection of the state of Illinois in Carthage Jail. The jail and its rooms are shown in this virtual storytelling tour!Read More
I love how missionary work is going digital.
The missionaries are really creative!Read More
An audio narration that briefly describes the gold plates and the sacred ancient record that was translated into what is now known as the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.Read More
VIDEO: Prophet of a King — Hannah from TORCH family music (commemorating the 200th Anniversary of Joseph Smith and the First Vision)
“Some said he was dishonest, others said he was mad; and he was ridiculed and reviled, But all this did not destroy the reality of his vision. He had seen a vision, he knew he had, and all the persecution under heaven could not make it otherwise; and though they should persecute him unto death, yet he knew, and would know to his latest breath, that he had both seen a light and heard a voice speaking unto him, and all the world could not make him think or believe otherwise.” – Joseph Smith–History 1:24Read More
Book of Mormon Central “Celebrating the Restoration Reading Plan” March 30–April 4 #HearHim by Jack Welch
To prepare for General Conference on April 4, 2020, Jack Welch has prepared a five-day Reading Plan to study the Restoration. On each day, Jack Welch gives commentary on an important piece of research that helps elucidate some aspect of the Restoration, with special emphasis on the First Vision.Read More
FIRST VISION IN COMIC FORM? 👍🏽
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