This June marks 43 years since President Spencer W. Kimball announced the 1978 revelation extending the priesthood to all worthy male members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Historian…
Each July 24th, Latter-day Saints in Utah and around the world celebrate Pioneer Day, an official holiday that the U.S. state celebrates to commemorate the first group of the faith’s pioneers that arrived in the Salt Lake Valley nearly 175 years ago. But we all have a story of personal pioneering. What is yours?
In this time of social distancing we wanted to share information about the film, HEART OF AFRICA. This amazing movie received the 2020 Audience Choice Award at the LDS Film…
FamilySearch and the Church History Library combine for a great July 24th Pioneer Day surprise! Check it out!
Have you heard the interesting story of Olive Oatman, the original “Tattooed Mormon?”
The Church History Museum has opened a new exhibit called Mormon Trails: Pathways to Zion. The exhibit emphasizes the various trails Mormon pioneers traveled to Salt Lake City between 1846 and 1890.
Does your ward or stake have a pioneer trek coming up soon? Are you wondering how you can make it as authentic, impactful, and spiritual as possible? Clothing is one factor to consider in making the trek as realistic as possible.