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Saratoga Springs Temple Stone Miracle

Saratoga Springs Temple fun story about the miracle of the stone put in the temple Saratoga Springs Temple Utah

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Architecture and Design of the Snowflake Arizona Temple

The Snowflake Arizona Temple is the ”sister temple” to the Winter Quarters Temple in Nebraska. Both temples are built on a hill, with the lower level partially set into the hill. There was sixteen feet removed from the top of the hill to make the temple design possible. The Snowflake Arizona Temple has very unique […]

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Historic Logan Temple Barn

When the Logan Temple was first built there was a barn built to park the horses and buggies of the patrons, as they would come to do work in the Logan Temple. The barn was built in 1897 and is still standing today! The barn was one of two barns in the Chache Valley of […]

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Wilford Woodruff’s Birthplace Marker and Connection to the Hartford Connecticut Temple

Wilford Woodruff, the fourth prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was born in Farmington Connecticut, the same city the Hartford Connecticut Temple is in now. The Connecticut Temple was announced 18 years before it was built, and it seems like it’s connection to Wiilford Woodruff would help connect the members to […]

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Detroit Michigan Temple Miracles

Faith that defies reason In the book ”The Blueprint of Christs Church” by Tad R. Callister he speaks of how true faith combines belief and action. “True faith combines belief and action in an inseparable partnership that invites Gods power into our lives.” This principle was evident in the building of the Detroit Michigan Temple. […]

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple Architecture

One of the best things about the Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the little details that make each temple unique. The Philadelphia Temple is truly a work of art and a beautiful nod to history. There was an article written on the Philadelphia Temple(link at the bottom of page) […]

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Architecture of the Manhattan, New York Temple

Each temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has their own unique craftsmanship, so no two temples are exactly the same. The Manhattan, New York temple is unique because it was built from an existing building and the challenges of being in on a busy, New York street and the lighting of […]

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The Washington D.C. Temple Doors

In 2011, President Monson gave some advice for people who are not able to go to the temple right now he said: “If you have not yet been to the temple or if you have been but currently do not qualify for a recommend, there is no more important goal for you to work toward […]

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