John Taylor: Obedience Through Trials

John Taylor: Obedience Through Trials

John Taylor, third prophet of the Mormon Church, was born in the Westmoreland part of England in 1808. His parents were his first teachers, helping him learn to read. They also gave him faith in God and an understanding of the Bible and of the Savior. He was baptized...
Mary Fielding Smith: Mormon Pioneer

Mary Fielding Smith: Mormon Pioneer

Mary Fielding Smith was the wife of Hyrum Smith. Hyrum was the brother of Joseph Smith, the first prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose members are sometimes nicknamed Mormons. The brothers were murdered at a young age, leaving behind young...
Eliza R. Snow: Poet, Leader, and Activist

Eliza R. Snow: Poet, Leader, and Activist

Eliza R. Snow was a pioneer, an early president of the Relief Society (an organization for Mormon women), president of Deseret Hospital, president of the Women’s Department of the Endowment House, and an author. She is considered one of the great women in Mormon...
Mormons Announce New Solar Powered Chapel

Mormons Announce New Solar Powered Chapel

On April 27, 2010, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose members are sometimes called Mormons, introduced its first solar-powered chapel, located in Farmington, Utah. “It’s about creating a place of worship that works in harmony with the environment....
Mormon Meetinghouses: Classrooms

Mormon Meetinghouses: Classrooms

Have you ever wondered what the inside of a Mormon church building looks like? You are invited to a virtual tour on an official Mormon website. Open it in another window so you can look around while reading my more detailed information here. Take a virtual tour of a...
Mormons Announce New Solar Powered Chapel

Mormon Meetinghouses: Foyer and Chapel

Have you ever wondered what a Mormon Meetinghouse looks like? Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are often informally called Mormons, and many wonder what the inside of their churches look like. The churches, unlike the temples, are open to...
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