The Busy George Romneys – Juvenile Instructor May 1958

Note: Clicking any of the pictures in this post will bring up a larger version The first in my series of postings is from the May 1958 issue of the Juvenile Instructor. As I was flipping through the magazine, I came across an article called “The Busy George Romneys” by Melba M. Ferguson. Given the […]

Juvenile Instructor series of postings

I was visiting with an elderly couple in our ward recently and noticed an old Juvenile Instructor lying on one of their tables. I picked it up and started to leaf through it. I commented to them that I liked looking through the old magazines. The doctrine has essentially remained the same but the way […]

Early LDS prophets had some environmental consciousness

Mormon Times has an interesting article about how you might consider Joseph Smith and Brigham Young environmentally conscious: Though they can’t be accurately labeled “environmentalists,” two early LDS Church leaders shared theological concepts about nature that set them apart from most religious leaders of the time. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints founder Joseph […]

“Christ welcoming us through the veil of death”

By Common Consent has a neat post about a new cemetery in Austria that will have a section exclusively for Mormons. Apparently there will be a statue in the centre that shows Christ bringing someone through the veil. Although this is obviously temple-related, there doesn’t seem to be anything temple-specific shown on the statue. I […]

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