“Therefore they did watch over their people, and did nourish them with things pertaining to righteousness.” —Mosiah 23:18
“What does ministering look like? Ministering looks like going for a walk, getting together for a game night, offering service, serving together, visiting (in person, by phone, online, or via text), delivering a birthday card, and cheering at a soccer game, she said. “It looks like sharing a scripture or quote from a conference talk that would be meaningful to that individual. It looks like discussing a gospel question and sharing testimony to bring clarity and peace. It looks like becoming part of someone’s life and caring about him or her.” —Jean B. Bingham
This Day in LDS History
1828: Joseph Smith commences translating the Book of Mormon with Martin Harris acting as scribe. Translation continues until 14 June.
1858: Alfred Cumming, the newly appointed Utah territorial governor, arrives in Salt Lake City and is kindly received by President Brigham Young.
1985: U.S. Senator Jake Garn (Utah) blasts off in the space shuttle “Discovery,” becoming the first Latter-day Saint to enter space. A few weeks later aboard the “Challenger,” astronaut Don Lind becomes the second member of the Church to travel in space.
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.