In honor of Memorial Day, the following is a past article from D. Kelly Ogden about the legacy of our ancestors and the way we choose to remember and connect with them.
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I wondered if anyone really cared about me now that my family had fallen apart? Was I no longer wanted in the Church as a divided entity? Had I belonged to a “Perfect Family Club” all along and didn’t know it until I no longer fit in? Am I the only one?
Some readers' first exposure to Joseph Smith's practice of polygamy comes from reading sensational headlines. Exaggerations and assumptions fill internet discussions, podcasts, and newspaper articles. In this interview, Daniel C. Peterson of the Interpreter Foundation interviews Brian and Laura Hales about the most common questions asked about Joseph Smith's practice of polygamy.
On several occasions last fall, Harold and Patricia Redd found themselves pulling over on a rural Alabama road to study the atlas, already having forsaken the GPS unit. When that didn't help, the elderly couple from Utah frequently turned in at the nearest country store and approached the friendly clerk.