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Prophets of The Restoration

Latter-day Saints Prophets stories and information on their lives. Fun stories about each prophet.

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Stockholm Sweden Temple(Closed for Renovations)

The Stockholm Sweden Temple changed the Latter-Day work in Europe. When the Sweden Temple was built it put pressure on the Communist government in Germany to allow the Saints behind the Iron Curtain to receive their Temple sealings and blessings. The Eastern German Government did not allow the Saints to leave East German Saints to […]

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When New Caledonia was dedicated for Missionary Work

Opening new areas to missionary work, is exciting for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. On October 6, 1967 the First Presidency authorized missionaries to serve in New Calendonia. New Caledonia, a French territory 3,000 miles from Tahiti was ready to have the land dedicated for missionary work. Thomas S. Monson […]

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History of President Monson in Germany

President Thomas S. Monson is known to have a soft spot for those struggling, the downtrodden and forgotten of this world. He was known for taking time for the individual and showing love to those forgotten. It is no coincidence that the Lord would assign Thomas S. Monson to watch over Europe after World War […]

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Special Experience of Thomas S. Monson in Samoa

President Thomas S. Monson had a truly loving heart and taught by example. He wanted the member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to see how imperfect people are what the Lord uses to bring about His purposes on the Earth. There are countless examples of the Thomas S. Monson being told […]

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Freiburg Germany Temple

The Freiburg Germany is the third temple built in Europe and the first temple in Germany. Built in East Germany the Freiburg Germany Temple, was built under a communist government, behind the Iron Curtain. The Freiburg Temple is the 33rd dedicated Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Struggling to get the […]

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Prophet’s Graves at the Salt Lake City Cemetery

If you find yourself in Salt Lake City with a couple hours to spare, take some time to check out the Salt Lake City Cemetery. It feels like you are surrounded by history everywhere in the cemetery. Get the maps and look for the prophets grave stones and while looking for the prophets gravestones, look […]

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President Thomas S. Monson

Thomas S. Monson is the sixteenth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Thomas was born in Salt Lake City Utah to Spencer and Gladys Monson on August 21, 1927. Thomas spent most of July and August every year at Vivian Park up Provo Canyon. From this time in the canyon he […]

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Fun Facts about the Oquirrh Mountain Temple

-The Oquirrh Mountain Temple is the 130th dedicated temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It is the 13th temple built in Utah and the 4th built in the Salt Lake Valley.(Salt Lake City Temple, Draper Temple and Jordan River Temple.) -The Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple was the first temple built in […]

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Why the Hartford Connecticut Temple paused for 18 years.

Getting a temple for the Saints in Hartford Connecticut was harder than anyone would have thought in the beginning of the process. President Gordon B. Hinckley announced a temple for Hartford but then looked in the area for three years for the perfect piece of land, and they just were not able to find the […]

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