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On this Day in Church History’s motto is, “Discover your Past. Strengthen your Future.” It’s our mission to make church and family history more relevant and accessible. Church and family history is not about the past; It’s about you and me TODAY and the connections we discover in our heritage. Finding and making these connections can embolden and emblazon our faith today, tomorrow and always! Read more about why I created the blog here.
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My family and I have had SO MUCH FUN going on church and family history adventures together. Not only did we make some awesome memories, but we strengthened our faith in God and His plan for us together. Church and family history is everywhere–just waiting to be discovered. Plan some adventures for your own family. Get inspiration here! You can learn more on our Visit Nauvoo page.
- Beacon of Hope: Visiting Carthage Jail
- Pathway to Peace: Visiting the Pioneer Town of Webster, Illinois
- Riverside Service: Visiting Montrose, Iowa
- A Forgotten City Comes to Life: Visiting the Nauvoo and British Pageants
Read our about how discovering church and family history stories has blessed my family. These stories are waiting to be discovered. Discovering church and family history can bless your life TODAY. Don’t believe me? Try it out for yourself & share your experience with us!
Stories about Marriage
Stories about Family
Stories about Women
- Extraordinary Women in the Temple
- Fearless Faith: Lucy Mack Smith
- Sun-Kissed Lonely Tears: Emma Smith
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Disclaimer: I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but this is NOT an official website of the Church, nor am I an official spokesperson on behalf of the Church. I am also not a professional historian. I am NOT paid by the Church, nor do I receive ANY compensation from them.