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  • [[image:London-England-Temple.jpg|350px|right|alt=London England Mormon Temple]] ...ick masonry walls faced with cut Portland limestone. The spire is sheathed in copper.
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  • ...ng its efforts to provide Church documents, pamphlets, manuals, and videos in ASL to aid the Deaf as they learn the gospel. ...f Mormon translation into ASL has made a huge impact on the Deaf community in terms of being able to learn and have access to the gospel.
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  • ...ated belief, peace, poverty, race, gender, community, and academic freedom in his personal essays, his preferred genre. He was also a sought-after teache ...Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]. He then served as a captain in the US Air Force for a time.
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  • ...ng a foreign language) to nine weeks in training before departing to serve in one of the Church’s 407 [[Mission|missions]] (number of missions as of Ju Missionaries generally arrive at an MTC with a basic, foundational knowledge of religion
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  • ...:Preston_England.JPG|right|250px|alt=Preston England Mormon Temple|Preston England Mormon Temple]] The Preston England Temple is the 52nd operating temple of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latt
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  • ...]] from 1899 until his own death. His tenure was interrupted for one week in 1901 when [[Joseph F. Smith]] was the president of the Quorum. ...Brother Young served as a guard and scout in the following years operating in [[Salt Lake Valley]] and the surrounding canyons.<ref name = Jenson/>
    10 KB (1,475 words) - 02:37, 29 December 2011
  • ...ed and modified. We sincerely hope the following articles will be helpful in learning about the Church. [[Life in Mortality]]&nbsp;·
    139 KB (17,527 words) - 13:09, 6 August 2020
  • ...l fastest growing church] in the world, though that applies only to growth in terms of internal percentage, not sheer numerical growth. Nevertheless, t ...sionary since 1830 and opened up the work in Armenia and Ukraine. Mormons in Tonga celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Church there.
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  • ...influential and important historical figures not just in Mormon, but also in American history. He is called the "American Moses" because of his leadersh ...s a revolutionary war veteran. After marrying Abigail, John Young settled in Massachusetts. The family moved to Vermont shortly before Brigham Young was
    23 KB (3,623 words) - 18:01, 11 February 2014
  • ...scended upon him, and thus he was born of the Spirit, and became quickened in the inner man. And he heard a voice out of heaven, saying: Thou art baptiz ...sgression my eyes are opened, and in this life I shall have joy, and again in the flesh I shall see God (Moses 5:7-10).
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  • ...style="color:#0000FF">View of the Rome Temple from the Salerno's apartment in Rome, Italy, on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018. Photo: Kristin Murphy, [https://www. ...of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]], announced the building of a temple in Rome, Italy.
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  • ...a member of United States Congress because he valued the covenants he made in the Mormon temple more than the desires of society. ...er wrote, "My childhood was a nightmare; my boyhood a tragedy."<ref>Quoted in [[Truman G. Madsen]], ''Defender of the Faith: The B. H. Roberts Story'' (S
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  • ...s. The history of so broad a movement cannot be adequately condensed, but in the pages that follow is an outline of Mormon history from 1820 to contempo ...[the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]]. [[Mormon missionaries|Missionaries]] go out and convert many. Persecution follows the Church.
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  • ...in these last days. He served as an apostle from 1835 until he was killed in 1857. Parley Parker Pratt was born on April 12, 1807, in Burlington, New York, to Jared and Charity Pratt. The Pratt family, like t
    12 KB (1,982 words) - 02:45, 11 September 2010
  • ...e next door they open they see the Buddists reading the The Diamond Sutra. In the next room contains people of various Islamic faiths reading the Qur'an, ...t Peter doesn't open. This rouses the man's curiosity and he asks, "Who is in that room, sir?"
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  • ...ined and regularized in preparation for the explosive growth of the Church in the later half of the twentieth century. By the end of this period, just af ...ent supporting the United States against Spain in the Spanish-American War in 1898.
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  • ...ork in bringing the Church out of debt. He was also known for his [[Mormon missionaries|missionary work]] and his profound intelligence. [[Image:Lorenzo_Snow.jpg|f ...s parents were leaders in the community. Snow's father was involved enough in community affairs that the business of the farm was often left to Lorenzo.
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  • ...2 congregations. The temple will mainly serve members of the Church living in West Germany, Austria, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Croatia, Serbia, and ...the blessings of the temple. But they were promised once in 1968 and again in 1975, that "if they remained true and faithful to the commandments of God,
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  • ...rkin's wish was for every woman in the Church to feel the love of the Lord in their lives every day. ...ntary education and early childhood development from Utah State University in Logan, Utah.
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  • ...ulia Ann Tautz, was of German descent. George's father was a master tailor in the West End of London. ...een carried from Jerusalem to Rome by the Roman soldiery and had been lost in the river Tiber; and he could not understand how these holy things got to A
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