The Sabbath can be one of the sweetest, most rewarding times to do family history. The article “Sweeten the Sabbath with Family History” in this month’s Ensign and Liahona magazines give some family history activities that are great for Sundays. Here are some suggestions.
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Find Your Family Names: A First Time Guide is a 4-fold card designed to get the entire family involved in family history. This card, and the accompanying online experience, provide a simple guided path to help you get started with your family history and find family names of ancestors who need temple ordinances.
A successful, happy marriage is built on a foundation of trust. Barbara B. Smith, said, “Trust is to human relationships what faith is to gospel living.” There are multiple ways to give trust within a marriage; in this article we’ll discuss specifically how trust applies to keeping confidences with your spouse.
To a conference of family history enthusiasts, an emeritus General Authority declared July 25 that they have relatives on the other side of the veil as anxious to be discovered and have their temple work done for them “as is your desire on this side to find them and to do the work.”
In his humorous and humble way, George Durrant addressed the question that probably runs through the minds of many when they consider the undertaking of recording their personal history: “What if my life is nothing special?” “What if I haven’t done anything worth writing about?”
When Elder Echo Hawk traveled to Genoa, Nebraska, he was taken to a historical marker that explained the story of the expulsion of the Pawnee people to Oklahoma.“Interestingly, it was a dual historical monument because on the other side of this marker was the account of another people that the government had failed to protect."
Members of the California Legislative Black Caucus gathered at the Capitol in Sacramento Monday, June 26, 2017, to celebrate Juneteenth with a family history event. Family history volunteers were on hand to assist lawmakers in accessing digitized Post Civil War-era records of the Freedmen’s Bureau and other family history resources.