“And again, verily I say unto you, how shall your washings be acceptable unto me, except ye perform them in a house which you have built to my name?” – D&C 124:37
“The history of Temples teaches us that the people of God have been strong, or weak, in proportion to the faithfulness with which they have attended to their sanctuaries.” – Hyrum M. Smith and Janne M. Sjodahl
This Day in LDS History
1915: Bruce Reed McConkie, later a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, is born in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
1943: Adele Cannon Howells is called as the fourth general president of the Primary.
1998: The First Presidency announces plans to build temples in Bismarck, North Dakota, and St. Paul, Minnesota.
Lauren is studying Journalism at Brigham Young University and considers the East Coast home. She has a passion for writing, photography, skiing, hiking, and traveling. She enjoys studying German and is married to her best friend.