“Yea, blessed are they whose feet stand upon the land of Zion, who have obeyed my gospel; for they shall receive for their reward the good things of the earth, and it shall bring forth in its strength.” – Doctrine & Covenants 59:3
“A dictionary defines a pioneer as “one who goes before to prepare or open up the way for others to follow.” Can we somehow muster the courage and steadfastness of purpose that characterized the pioneers of a former generation? Can you and I, in actual fact, be pioneers? I know we can be. Oh, how the world needs pioneers today!” – Thomas S. Monson
This Day in LDS History
1903: Henry D. Taylor, later a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, is born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1969: President Hugh B. Brown of the First Presidency dedicates the Mormon Battalion Monument overlooking Old Town in San Diego, California.
1999: The BYU women’s cross-country team wins the NCAA national championship. Having also won the 1997 championship, they becomes the first BYU team to win two national championships.
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.