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“That They May Know the Covenants of the Lord”

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“That They May Know the Covenants of the Lord”

Olivas Aoy and the Book of Mormon

The Knight and Whitmer Families

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The Knight and Whitmer Families

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.

Canada's Brigham Young

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Canada's Brigham Young

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

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Warren Cowdery

D&C 106

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.

Joseph Smith’s First Journal

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Joseph Smith’s First Journal

Prophet’s Record Keeping Began with Simple Volume

‘I Could Have Gone into Every House’

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‘I Could Have Gone into Every House’

Elizabeth McCune Helped Pave the Way for Sister Missionaries

Far West and Adam-ondi-Ahman

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Far West and Adam-ondi-Ahman

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.

Organizing the Church in Nauvoo

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Organizing the Church in Nauvoo

D&C 124, 125

On January 19, 1841, Joseph Smith received a revelation that charted a course for the Church in Nauvoo.

Bringing the Gospel Home to Cambodia

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Bringing the Gospel Home to Cambodia

How Vichit Ith Brought His New Faith Back to His Native Land

Aunt Zina

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Aunt Zina

The Life of Zina Young Williams Card

Zina Young Card was remembered as a woman who gave her life in "devoted and selfless service to family, church, and state" and for a "courage born of faith ... worthy of the noble heritage that was hers."

Ezra Booth and Isaac Morley

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Ezra Booth and Isaac Morley

D&C 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 71, 73

Many of the missionaries who traveled to Missouri in 1831 were disappointed at first at what they found. But they would each deal with that disappointment in different ways.