“Do ye exercise faith in the redemption of him who created you? Do you look forward with an eye of faith, and view this mortal body raised in immortality, and this corruption raised in incorruption, to stand before God to be judged according to the deeds which have been done in the mortal body?” —Alma 5:15
“Mortal life is like unto the traveler on a homeward journey. The miles seem long, the minutes slow, the events of the day protracted and tedious. Eventually, however, familiar scenes come into view. ome in out of the shadows! Step fully into the light of the gospel. Enjoy the sweet fruits of repentance, the peace of conscience, and the comfort of the Holy Ghost. Let this journey take you back where you belong.” —Keith B. McMullin
This Day in LDS History
1907: Utah landscape and portrait photographer George Edward Anderson takes his famous and moving photograph of the Sacred Grove in New York. Anderson is the first professional Latter-day Saint photographer to capture images of LDS historical sites in Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
1961: The Alaska Stake, the first stake in Alaska, is organized, with Orson P. Millett as president.
1991: Tonga observes the centennial of the founding of the Church on that Pacific Island.
1998: The First Presidency announces plans to build a temple in Spokane, Washington.
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.