Arthur Parker

Arthur Parker July 1, 1856 Somewhere on the overland trail in Nebraska. About noon, six-year-old Arthur Parker, feverish and Read More

Mary B. Crandal

Mary B. Crandal June 11, 1856, the wind came up and the dust blew so fiercely that the travelers could scarcely see one Read More

Little James Nathaniel

Little James Nathaniel Wednesday August 31, 1853, Israel Barlow stood in a small cemetery in the village of Nauvoo, Read More

Isaac Leany’s Miracle

Isaac Leany’s Miracle A volley of bullets smashed into Isaac Leany’s gun shattering the stock in his hands and tearing away Read More


    Tucker Out of the mouths of babes profound things can still be learned. Not long ago Tucker and Read More

Glenn Rawson Stories from Ed Week August 20, 2015

Lydia Goldthwaite Bailey In October 1833, Joseph Smith, Sidney Rigdon, and Father Freeman Nickerson traveling to Mt Pleasant, Read More

Glenn Rawson Stories from ED Week August 19, 2015

Freeman Nickerson Standing nearly 7 feet tall and weighing close to 300 pounds, Freeman Nickerson of Perrysburg, New York was Read More

First Day BYU Education Week Stories and Quotes

FIRST VISION: President Gordon B. Hinckley: Greatest event since the resurrection-- ”This glorious vision of God the Father Read More

Phoebe’s Miracle

Phoebe’s Miracle November 1838, Phoebe was traveling with her husband to Quincy, Illinois when she was attacked with a severe Read More

Nora and John

Nora and John Nora was born October 6, 1796, at Peel, on the Isle of Man. Her father was the captain of a slave-trading ship, Read More