“And he commanded them that they should observe the Sabbath day, and keep it holy, and also every day they should give thanks to the Lord their God.” – Mosiah 18:23
“Faith in God engenders a love for the Sabbath; faith in the Sabbath engenders a love for God.” – Russell M. Nelson
This Day in LDS History
1898 Spencer Dewey Adams, later the first Latter-Day Saint in Baseball’s major leagues, and the first to play in the World Series (1925), is born in Layton, Utah.
1937 Jon M. Huntsman, later an international businessman and philanthropist, is born in Blackfoot, Idaho.
1960 Evan Goulding, a Ricks College Student, wins the national calf roping championship at the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association finals.
Hayley is a lover of all things chocolate, good books, and her cute British husband. She has a degree from BYU in Psychology and English and is now the Relationship Manager for LDSBookstore.com. She served a mission to the Philippines and misses the mangoes, bananas and people terribly. She loves taking photos of people, watching reruns of the West Wing, and geeking out about family history.