My servant Newel K. Whitney also, a bishop of my church, hath need to be chastened, and set in order his family, and see that they are more diligent and concerned at home, and pray always, or they shall be removed out of their place.—Doctrine & Covenants 93:50
Home should be a happy place because all work to keep it that way. It is said that happiness is homemade, and we should endeavor to make our homes happy and pleasant places for us and our children. A happy home is one centered around the teachings of the gospel. This takes constant, careful effort by all concerned.—LeGrand R. Curtis
This Day in LDS History
1877: President Brigham Young dedicates the site for the Manti Temple (later the Manti Utah Temple).
1922: President Heber J. Grant breaks ground for the Arizona Temple (later the Mesa Arizona Temple).
1976: The Hong Kong Stake, the first stake in Hong Kong, is organized, with Shiu-Tat Sheldon Poon as president.
1993: President Gordon B. Hinckley of the First Presidency dedicates the San Diego California Temple.
1999: President Gordon B. Hinckley addresses a gathering of 57,500 members at a soccer stadium in Santiago, Chile. This is one of the largest gatherings of Latter-day Saints in Church history.
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