What is a house for? I visited Mesa Verde in southern Colorado and learned about that area’s Native Americans and their move to houses. I was surprised humans learned how to dwell in houses. It seems like an instinctual process to build a shelter. But apparently, it’s not. At least, not for some. Once this particular group of people moved to shelters they left some pretty hardy dwellings behind.Continue reading
by Elder Dale G. Renlund
It’s all about family. In the end, it’s all about family, what else matters? Continue reading
Kent F. Richards
For over three years now, I’ve made it a point to attend the temple once a month. The nearest one is 100 miles away so to do so usually takes most of a Saturday a month. Now, I love my Saturdays. They are precious to me. But attending the temple has become part of my routine. Continue reading
by Quentin L. Cook
Years ago, when I moved back to my hometown and farther away from a temple, I decided to make temple attendance a goal. For some reason, I waited until I was 100 miles away from a temple to attend the temple once a month. It’s not easy. It usually takes up a whole Saturday.
She welcomes travelers home above,
Her face is the first many see.
It is a duty she does with love,
Comforting the sad and lonely.
by Allan F. Packer
“Genealogy, I am doing it, my genealogy.”