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The Swiss Saints Contact the Church, 1944

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When the Saints in continental Europe were isolated from Church headquarters by the events of World War II,...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 3: The Creation

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

The Creation lesson from the 1928 Sunday School manual corresponds very nicely with this year’s manual, but...

Underground “Doctrines”

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I am one of a quarter-gazillion (well, a round dozen, anyway) Gospel Doctrine teachers in my ward, teaching...

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Latter-day Saint Images, 1920

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Latter-day Saints of 1920: singing, traveling, praying, playing … boxing? ...

In Her Own Words: Sarah E. Tollerton Buck Rand, 1939

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In order to make it perfectly clear how far the Lord has taken me on my road to happiness, let me describe ...

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Latter-day Saint Images, 1928 (3)

by Keepapitchinin | Opinions & Features

A lovely photo gallery of members from 1928. ...

The Kanes Have a Mormon Thanksgiving

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Thomas L. Kane, the 19th century Philadelphia lawyer for whom Utah’s Kane County was named, was moved by hi...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 1: “This Is My Work and My Glory”

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Under “Suggested Lesson Development” – provided, evidently, more for the teacher’s information than for tea...

Baby Clothes in the Basement

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Born in 1921, my mother had her family when she was considerably older than most mothers of that generation...

Why one blogger likes Brigham Young

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A recent post at BCC drew a plea (comment 67 and others) for positive stories about Brigham Young, from a r...