“Therefore, the keys of this dispensation are committed into your hands.” —Doctrine & Covenants 110:16
“It is no coincidence that FamilySearch and other tools have come forth at a time when young people are so familiar with a wide range of information and communication technologies. Your fingers have been trained to text and tweet to accelerate and advance the work of the Lord—not just to communicate quickly with your friends. The skills and aptitude evident among many young people today are a preparation to contribute to the work of salvation.” —David A. Bednar
This Day in LDS History
1928: President Charles W. Nibley of the First Presidency dedicates the Moscow Institute Building, which is located adjacent to the University of Idaho campus. It is the first institute building in the Church. A year earlier, J. Wyley Sessions began the program with 57 students.
1951: Jackson Stewart Horsley, later an Olympic bronze medalists in swimming at the 1968 Mexico City games, is born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1984: President Gordon B. Hinckley dedicates the Manila Philippines Temple.
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.