We celebrate the launch of our new Meridian with a photo essay showing you the beautiful faces of the extreme poor in Nepal. Among other improvements, this new Meridian facelift allows us to have bigger, more stunning photo essays than ever before.
PHOTO ESSAY GALLERY
At one point in the afternoon of our visit to Gilbert, Arizona, I could see we had a 30-minute window to take some pictures of the vibrant youth. I said to Maurine, “Come on, let’s go down on the field and I just want to capture some of the youth on film.
The coverstone ceremony of the Gilbert Arizona Temple on Sunday, March 2, 2014 was wonderful, sacred and full of the Spirit. Traditionally this is the symbolic completion of the Temple—putting the last mortar on the southeast cornerstone.
We were thunderstruck to look at the National Weather forecast and see rain in the forecast for Saturday, 1 March. And not just a chance of rain, but a 90% probability.
You thought obscure Lone Peak High School was just the home of the number one basketball team in the nation—but it is also home to some world-class humanitarian students. This is an invitation to come with us to Kenya—or at least join other Meridian readers in helping to bring a well in a village without water.
Whenever we get anywhere near one of the 140 operating temples of the Church I want to take the time to shoot a photo essay so you can see these marvelous edifices with us.
Few things bring the spirit of Christmas into your heart like a visit to Temple Square in Salt Lake City at Christmastime. The combination of lights this year was stunning and just made us so very happy.