“I do know that whosoever shall put their trust in God shall be supported in their trials, and their troubles, and their afflictions, and shall be lifted up at the last day.” —Alma 36:3
“The changes, and resulting challenges, that we encounter in mortality come in a variety of shapes and sizes and impact each of us in unique ways. Although each “change” may be unique to our individual circumstances, there is a common element in the resulting trial or challenge—hope and peace are always available through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ. The Atonement of Jesus Christ provides the ultimate corrective and healing measures to every wounded body, damaged spirit, and broken heart.” —W. Christopher Waddell
This Day in LDS History
1853: Ruth May Fox, later the third general president of the Young Women’s Mutual Improvement Association (a predecessor to the Young Women Organization), is born in Wiltshire, England.
1879: The Mexican Mission is Organized.
1952: The Central American Mission is organized.
1981: President Marion G. Romney of the first presidency dedicates the Jordan River Temple (later the Jordan River Utah 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.