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Finding wholesome, uplifting movies can be a daunting task especially when Hollywood s values are so far from the Church s. 250 Great Movies for Latter-day Families offers a broad selection of edifying options for your family s next movie ...
CHAPTER. VII. A. Decade. of. Planning. for. Self-Sufficiency. and. Growth. J. country which has gone through total war — that is, a war involving the majority of the whole population and most of the productive resources — commonly renews its .
I Love Mormons: A New Way to Share Christ with Latter-day Saints. Baker, 2005. 190 pp. ISBN 0801065224. David Rowe clearly explains, from the evangelical Christian perspective, Mormon belief and culture. He encourages readers to love ...
Immigration. Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathefree, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door! —Poem engraved ...
With water from the Rillito River and influxes of members from St. David, Douglas, the Gila Valley, and the colonies in Mexico, Binghampton became a distinctive enclave of Latter-day Saints in the otherwise non-LDS community of Tucson.
Could the tragedy have been prevented? Was it necesary for the BATF agents to do what they did? What could have been done differently? Armageddon in Waco offers the most detailed, wide-ranging analysis of events surrounding Waco.