Legacy Book Mormon

Elder Robert K. Dellenbach, “The Translation Miracle of the Book of Mormon” In the April General Conference of 1995, Elder Robert K. Dellenbach of the Seventy spoke about the translation of the Book of Mormon by the Prophet Joseph Smith. The Book of Mormon is being...

Joseph Smith Leader

Leading with Love The prophet Joseph Smith was a remarkable leader. He served as President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; mayor of Nauvoo, one of the largest cities in Illinois; lieutenant-general of the Nauvoo Legion; and in 1844 he was a...

Conference Dellenbach

Elder Robert K. Dellenbach of the Seventy Ensign, May 1995, 9 My dear brothers and sisters, do we realize the profound miracle that is the translation of the Book of Mormon? A miracle is “an extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs”...

Legacy First Vision

President James E. Faust, “The Magnificent Vision Near Palmyra” In the April Conference of 1984, then Apostle James E. Faust spoke about the Prophet Joseph Smith and the vision he had near his home in Palmyra.  No event was more glorious, more controversial, nor more...

Conference N Tanner

President N. Eldon Tanner, former First Counselor in the First Presidency Ensign, Nov. 1979, 50 Many years ago in the country of Norway, a young widow with two small sons sent a pair of shoes to a shoemaker for repairs. When the mended shoes were returned, the mother...

Legacy Family Character

Elder M. Russell Ballard, “The Family of the Prophet Joseph Smith” During the October 1991 General Conference of the Mormon Church, Apostle M. Russell Ballard spoke about the family of Joseph Smith.  As parents of the Prophet, Joseph Sr. and Lucy endured ridicule,...
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