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Creed Haymond Story of the Word of Wisdom, in His Own Words

Since I was young I’ve often held as my claim to fame that I am distantly related to Creed Haymond (1893-1983, first cousin three times removed), the early 20th century track athlete, whose story about the Word of Wisdom has been told several times over the pulpit in General Conference. I thought that was pretty […]

Run to Remember’s Prayer Circle

As I go throughout my daily living, I’m interested whenever I come upon something that reminds me of the temple.  It could be as simple as something that recalls a temple ordinance, a principle that is taught in the temple, or even the temple architecture.  As I read today in Runner’s World magazine, the story […]

The Gila Valley Arizona Temple Completed in Record Time?

The open house has been announced for the Gila Valley Arizona Temple, which was announced in General Conference just two years ago.  The open house will start on Friday, April 23rd, and run through Saturday, May 15th.  The dedication will take place on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010. 

FollowTheProphet.net website launches!

My brother and I are pleased to announce the launch of our latest project—the FollowTheProphet.net website!  This new website has been in design and development for the past month, and we are happy to finally be able to announce today that it is available. FollowTheProphet.net is a website that allows members of the Church to […]

Poll – Top Things that Interfere with Regular Temple Attendance?

In the April General Conference earlier this year Elder Richard G. Scott spoke about the temple.  He said: I have seen that many times individuals have made great sacrifices to go to a distant temple. But when a temple is built close by, within a short time, many do not visit it regularly.  I have […]

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