Category: Resources

Coming Soon In Emma’s Footsteps

From the writer of Singing with Angels and the Joseph Smith Jr. and Emma Hale Smith Historical Society, this new movie is coming to theaters June 1 in Utah. For other areas, please send us a request. See the trailer below! After

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Lucy’s Shawl: Wrapped in Her Love

Sarah Milikin owned 3 shawls originally belonging to her grandmother, Lucy Mack Smith. Upon Sarah’s death, the three shawls were found and later given to dear friends and relatives. The first went to her daughter-in-law Jennie Peterson, who eventually donated

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Discovering the Atonement Behind the Razor Wire

Discovering the Atonement Behind the Razor Wire By Craig R. Frogley · March 29, 2018 Sign up for Meridian’s Free Newsletter, please CLICK HERE The following names and character descriptions are fictional aggregates: The jagged razor wire caught my attention this time,

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How the Community of Christ and LDS Church draw upon shared heritage, work together as ‘friends’ By Sydney Jorgensen  @sydjorg BYU assistant professor Casey Griffiths laughed as he recalled walking away from talking with former Community of Christ apostle Andrew Bolton at an interfaith dialogue in Nauvoo last September, wondering if they were still friends. “That was

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Picturing history: Burial site of William Smith, brother of the Prophet By Kenneth Mays Lucy Mack Smith bore 11 children, eight sons and three daughters. Two sons died in infancy, six of her sons lived to adulthood, but only one, William, lived to old age. William was born at Royalton, Vermont,

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America’s Sacred Ground: Kirtland  

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Kirtland Docudrama: ‘America’s Sacred Ground: Kirtland,’ set to premiere Sept. 24

By Chad Felton, The News-Herald An hour long docudrama is set to debut about the area where The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was headquartered from 1831 to 1838, after being formally organized in western New York. The film, “America’s Sacred

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10 Interesting Facts About Emma Smith

10 Interesting Facts About Emma Smith by Aleah Ingram Emma Smith is one of the most fascinating characters of the Restoration. She is remembered for her unrelenting strength and ability to overcome hardships. On the anniversary of her birth, which took

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Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845 Source Note Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845; handwriting of Martha Jane Knowlton Coray and Howard Coray; 240 pages, with miscellaneous inserted pages; CHL. Note: Lucy Mack Smith, the mother of Joseph Smith, dictated this rough draft version of her history to

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The Serialization of Lucy Mack Smith’s History of Her Son

The Serialization of Lucy Mack Smith’s History of Her Son By Scot and Maurine Proctor The following is a chronological listing of each of the published chapters of The Revised and Enhanced History of Joseph Smith by His Mother.  Please click

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