Mormon Battalion “DOCTOR DEATH” gets stoned: A new tombstone for the 1846 Mormon Battalion’s army doctor is placed
Dr. George B. Sanderson served the Mormon Battalion during the Mexican War during 1846-1847. When his grave was located, only a sad, broken, acid rain etched marker existed. The Mormon Battalion Association and other interested persons purchased a marker to identify Dr. Sanderson and his wife Ellen.Read More
Mother’s Day isn’t easy for a lot of people for a lot of reasons, many centered on expectations. For me, it’s been a day when a huge mirror is placed in front of me, forcing me to see what I’m doing. It hasn’t ever felt like a healthy evaluation, but more of an imposed critique while being forced to listen to stories of Angel Mothers Who Never Raised Their Voices and stuff like that.Read More
If you’re not completely satisfied with the Church’s new online scripture study tools, we’ve got a great new way for you to study online. Aaron Goodwin keeps a blog entitled You Should Be! and recently wrote about how he studies his scriptures. He’s got some amazing tips on everything from the tools he uses to the way he sets up his screen.Read More
Cool Links are stuff you might find interesting, but either weren’t worthy of their own article (others have already covered it), or I didn’t have time to get to it.Read More
by Tevya | Jul 31, 2011 | blogging, communication, emergency prep, employment, family history, gadgets & tech, guides, journal, meetings, relationships, security & privacy, social media, teaching | 9 |
So you may have recently joined, or heard about Google+. Google what? Google Plus. Google Plus is...Read More
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