So, knowing nothing about family history, I decided to try and make it fun.
First Presidency announces new Phase 2-B will open the temple baptistry where possible as early as March 29, including the Calgary Alberta Temple and the Edmonton Alberta Temple.
As we seek not to judge our family tree but learn to appreciate it, we can help mend breaks through the healing and sealing power bestowed through Jesus Christ in His holy temples.
We feel we haven’t missed out because of health issues. Instead, we have embraced opportunities to serve.
Take 10 minutes to view Special Witnesses of Christ videos by Elder Gary E. Stevenson and Elder Dale G. Renlund and learn more about the Book of Mormon and the eternal blessings of temples.
“Every time I go to the temple, I feel so close to home—to my Heavenly Father.” (Tyler Rausch)
“Salvation is an individual matter, but exaltation is a family matter.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
“I bless you to identify those things you can set aside so you can spend more time in the temple.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
When we walk into the waters of baptism, we are also following in the footsteps of Jesus.
“Most of my immediate family and friends are not members of our faith, so it was especially meaningful for us to have them witness our civil union and help them feel included in the festivities of the day.” (Irene Caso)
“After my mother passed away, we realized we had horribly misjudged her. Then missionaries showed us there was a way to make amends.”
I soon realized that the sacred pages of antique photos and rich stories that I had spent the last 65 years compiling were gathering dust on my bookshelves.