Monthly Archives: August 2015

Tucker

    Tucker Out of the mouths of babes profound things can still be learned. Not long ago Tucker and his mom went hiking up in the mountains. Their goal was to hike up Adams Canyon to the waterfall and … Continue reading

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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, Upper Canada (Ontario) on a missionary journey to preach the Gospel to Freeman’s two adult sons. The missionary party reached Eleazer Freeman … Continue reading

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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 not just large in stature but also large in spirit. In April 1833, Freeman joined the Latter-day Saints along with … Continue reading

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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 and His Son Jesus Christ, in broad daylight, in the Spring of 1820, is the greatest event that has transpired in this … Continue reading

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Phoebe’s Miracle

Phoebe’s Miracle November 1838, Phoebe was traveling with her husband to Quincy, Illinois when she was attacked with a severe headache which deepened into a serious life-threatening condition called “Brain Fever.” Phoebe was in terrible pain, made all the worse … Continue reading

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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, the Helen. Nora, however, was given a proper upbringing and became refined and well-educated. When … Continue reading

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