“If thou lovest me thou shalt serve me and keep all my commandments.” —Doctrine & Covenants 42:29
“Simple acts of service can have profound effects on others—as well as on ourselves. What did the Savior do? He served family and friends, neighbors and strangers alike, and He invited acquaintances and loved ones to enjoy the rich blessings of His gospel. Those “simple” acts of service and love provide a template for our ministering today.” —Jean B. Bingham
This Day in LDS History
1892: The Star Valley Stake, the first stake in Wyoming, is organized, with George Osmond as president.
1935: The Argentine Mission is organized.
1938: The first Deseret Industries opens in Salt Lake City, Utah, providing work for the elderly and handicapped.
1988: Kay Wildcat, a Shoshone Church member, is chosen as Miss Indian America.
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.