Indexing Brings Unexpected Blessings to Sacramento Stake

When Elder Richard G. Maynes of the Seventy (now of the Presidency of the Seventy) left a meeting of local stake presidents in Sacramento, California, USA, in March 2011, he couldn’t have imagined how one of his brief comments would affect one of the stakes represented there.

That comment—that wards should not have any members without callings because they could all be called as FamilySearch indexers—would prove to be the key to a major success that would have far-reaching effects on the members of the Sacramento California Stake.

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