While standards to enter a temple stay the same, these modifications better prepare Latter-day Saints for worship in temples
“You now have 10 temples in these nations that we visited, and more coming.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
I soon realized that the sacred pages of antique photos and rich stories that I had spent the last 65 years compiling were gathering dust on my bookshelves.
“We promise that you will love the results,” said President Nelson. “They will emphasize and highlight the life, ministry, and mission of Jesus Christ in His desire to bless every nation, kindred, tongue and people.” President Russell M. Nelson
“This is how I want heaven to be. I can’t imagine it being any different.” Sister Vanna Parisi
Dedicated in 1923, the Alberta Temple (later renamed the Cardston Alberta Temple) was the first outside of the United States and its territories.
“Over these many centuries, details associated with temple work have been adjusted periodically….” The First Presidency
“For me, to come here tonight and to hear [President Nelson] speak and to hear his words, it was very powerful,” Janice Lukes, Winnipeg city councillor
Really everything we’ve done in these last few days together circling the globe could be summed up in two words — the temple,” President Russell M. Nelson.
“I think the youth of this generation have been saved for this time--to bring family history forward.”
During the announcement of President Russell M. Nelson as the 17th President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Tuesday January 16, 2018, I eagerly anticipated his first message to church members.
“Our son taught us, though, that family history is really a big puzzle that needs to be carefully examined and put together to form family groups.”