Purpose Driven Motherhood: Gems from Today's Seminary Lesson about Handcart Pioneers, with a Quote Handout

Gems from Today's Seminary Lesson about Handcart Pioneers, with a Quote Handout

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President Monson has quoted this before... great saying.

Day Eight

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“There is so much more in the Book of Mormon http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179230650324 than we have yet discovered… further qualifying it as ‘a marvelous work and a wonder’ (Isaiah 29:14). Yet we… sometimes behave like hurried tourists, scarcely venturing beyond the entry hall. … May we go inside, far enough to hear clearly the whispered truths… which will awaken in us a life of discipleship as never before.” –Neal A. Maxwell

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In Utah March 23rd 1858 Brigham Young ordered the faithful to move to Provo, Utah and prepare for their homes in Salt Lake City to be burned as part of his “Sebastopol Policy”

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All the Apostles and stories of how the met their wives! This is SUCH a cute website! This picture is of Dieter F. Uchdorf and his wife, Harriet. These stories are so cute!

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To members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints it makes complete sense that if God has commanded that we must all be baptized, even though the majority of His children would never hear the gospel of Jesus Christ during their lifetime, then surely a loving God would have provided a way for them to receive this saving ordinance

Why Do Mormons Baptize Dead People?

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~Covenants At Baptism~

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~Baptismal Covenant Poster~

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"Your Patriarchal Blessing" by: Ed J. Pinegar and Richard J. Allen -- A good resource for youth or new members who are trying to learn more about what a Patriarchal Blessing is and how to prepare to receive one. There wasn't necessarily any NEW information, but it was put together well and did offer some good suggestions for using and applying your blessing more in your life.

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Joseph Smith Jr. ~ First Prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Blessings of the temple--I love this

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Before ward blogs they had Relief Society Magazines.

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Joseph B. Wirthlin

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Pioneer, Elizabeth Draper Staker

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Pioneer Stories: Joy in Mount Pisgah

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In April 1847 the pioneer company of Mormons traveled from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, to Utah. The company included 143 men (including three African-American men), 3 women and 2 children. An advance party entered the Salt Lake Valley on July 22, 1847. The rest of the group entered on July 24. Planting and irrigation began immediately.

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In July 1847, Mormon pioneers came off Big Mountain into the valley of the Great Salt Lake.

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~Stories About The Willie &The Martin Handcart Company~

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All Is Well, All Is Well

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Parley Parker Pratt. Born 12 Apr. 1807 at Burlington, New York. Baptized into LDS church and ordained elder, 1 Sept. 1830. Served several missions between 1830 and 1856. Ordained high priest, 4 June 1831. Member of Zion’s Camp, 1834. Ordained apostle, 21 Feb. 1835. President of British mission, 1841–1842. Directed affairs of church in New York City, 1844–1845. Arrived in Salt Lake Valley, 28 Sept. 1847. Murdered at Van Buren, Arkansas, 13 May 1857.

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Enjoy today

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I hope with all my heart and soul that every young man who receives the priesthood will honor that priesthood and be true to the trust which is conveyed when it is conferred. Thomas S. Monson

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Map of Mormon Pioneer Trail, with excerpts from journals at each stop along the way.

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Logan Temple Paintings by Brent Borup

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Our Honored Pioneer Heritage by Thomas S. Monson

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