D&C 52, 57, 58
Early revelations on Zion indicated it would include “the rich and the learned” but also “the poor, the lame, and the blind, and the deaf." Ultimately, all of God’s children were to have a seat at the same table. All were to share in God’s sacred space.
The History of the Alberta Stake Tabernacle
Olivas Aoy and the Book of Mormon
D&C 12, 14, 15, 16
The Knight and Whitmer families were key early supporters of the Book of Mormon translation. These revelations were given to clarify their roles in the restoration.
The Life of Charles O. Card
In 1886, Charles O. Card set out to find a new home for himself and his family. Through his faith, industry, and fatherly influence, he pioneered several early Mormon settlements in Southern Alberta, including Cardston.
Warren Cowdery was part of a dynamic, two-way relationship between the center places and outlying branches of the early Church. As a local Church leader, he ministered to new converts while also helping host missionaries and leaders from Kirtland.
Prophet’s Record Keeping Began with Simple Volume
Elizabeth McCune Helped Pave the Way for Sister Missionaries
D&C 115, 116, 117
These revelations not only identified new gathering places for the saints in northern Missouri, but imbued those places with a sacred past and glorious future.
D&C 124, 125
On January 19, 1841, Joseph Smith received a revelation that charted a course for the Church in Nauvoo.