“That which is of God is light; and he that receiveth light, and continueth in God, receiveth more light; and that light groweth brighter and brighter until the perfect day.” —Doctrine & Covenants 50:24
“More and more families are sealed for time and all eternity. Members are submitting more and more names of ancestors to the temple to perform their saving ordinances. We truly are experiencing great joy and celebration on both sides of the veil!” —Mark A. Bragg
This Day in LDS History
1890: In preparation for the completion of the interior of the Salt Lake Temple, the First Presidency sets apart John B. Fairbanks, John Hafen, and Lorus Pratt as “art missionaries” to study in Paris, France. Later, Edwin Evans and Herman H. Haag are also sent to Paris to study.
1973: The first stake in El Salvador (San Salvador) is created with Mario Edumundo Scheel as president.
1994: The U.S. National Genealogy Society posthumously elects Archibald F. Bennett, who pioneered acquisition of genealogical materials for the Church, to their Hall of Fame; Bennett is the first Latter-day Saint so honored.
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.