When Tomorrow Comes – Well-Watered Women
With all that's happening around us in this election season and the tension that's nearly palpable the day before November 8th, what are we to do? How are believers to respond when tomorrow comes? Here are just a few reminders for our heart tonight and the days that follow.xo, Rachael
Stories of Mormon Pioneer Women for Talks and Lessons
Learn stories of faith, trials, and miracles from LDS pioneer women while they crossed the plains. These are perfect to share in your next talk or lesson.
Pioneer spirit still felt
In the trek of 1847 and in the years that followed, there was born a "pioneer spirit," declared Elder W. Eugene Hansen on July 24. And this spirit, he said, "is still a motivating influence today — a legacy more valuable than mere wealth or earthly comforts."
A man who crossed the plains as a pioneer in the Martin handcart company of 1856 lived in Utah for many years. One day he was in a group of people who began sharply criticizing the Church leaders for...
Angels Among Us | Julie Rogers - Artist
I have looked back many times to see who was pushing my cart but my eyes saw no one. I knew then that the Angels of God were there. – Francis Webster
The world's oldest LDS chapel just celebrated its 175th anniversary. The Gadfield Elm chapel is located in Worcestershire, England. It is now used as a historical tourist site.
5Min.FHE-Pioneers All-Our Pioneer Heritage
More than a 160 years has passed since tens of thousands of pioneers heeded a prophet’s call to gather to Zion. They left a legacy of perseverance, faith, and sacrifice. Today most members are not asked to make the same physical sacrifices, but Saints in every nation can be “pioneers all.” How are you a Modern Pioneer?