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Emma Smith Interview on the Authenticity of The Book of Mormon

Emma Hale Smith saw first hand the miracles of the translation of The Book of Mormon through her husband the prophet Joseph Smith. She was as amazed as anyone would be, and maybe even more so, because she knew her husbands inadequacies. Emma was a strong support to her husband and even through the hardest […]

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Get to know Emma Hale Smith

Emma Smith was born in Harmony Pennsylvania, in Susquehanna County on July 10, 1804. She is the daughter or Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis. Emma grew up in very prosperous circumstances. Lucy Mack Smith(Joseph’s mother) described Emma’s childhood home as a “mansion” with “every convenient appendage necessary.” Emma was the seventh of nine children of […]

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Women Witnesses of the Book of Mormon

Sometimes we overlook the accounts of women in history and the contributions made by them. The most common accounts of the Book of Mormon witnesses are the ones printed the in the Book of Mormon, but there are more. Katherine Smith Salisbury Katherine Smith Salisbury is the younger sister of the prophet Joseph Smith. When […]

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“The Lord Had Accomplished A Miracle” A Timeline of the Church in Ukraine

President Nelson said the restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is an ongoing process. Sometimes, there is a tendency to think that the major works of the Lord have already happened with so many miracles happening in the 1800’s. Studying about the Kyiv Temple and the lives of the Ukrainian people […]

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