Women of Conviction - Church History
Women of Conviction At the Pulpit. Discover powerful discourses by Latter-day Saint women from Lucy Mack Smith... The First Fifty Years of the Relief Society. "Something Extraordinary". Articles, videos, and exhibits celebrating 175 years of teaching,... Everyday Women. Watch, listen, and read ...
Women with a Mission - Church History
Women of Conviction. Women with a Mission Stories of Early Sister Missionaries. 14 February 2017. Learn More. This Grand Opportunity. Elizabeth McCune and the First Sister Missionaries
Everyday Women - Church History Museum
Women of Conviction. Everyday Women Stories of Latter-day Saint Women around the World. 14 February 2017. Learn More. So Blessed To Have This Beautiful Gospel. The Life and Testimony of Edna Marie Skalitzky Decker, 1902–2012
“Something Extraordinary” - Church History
Preserving the Heritage of Latter-day Saint Women Ten Fascinating People You Will Meet in the First Fifty Years of Relief Society ‘The Lord Builds the Church by Building His People'
This Grand Opportunity - Church History
Women of Conviction. This Grand Opportunity Elizabeth McCune and the First Sister Missionaries. 27 June 2014
“Real Live Mormon Women” - Church History
Inez Knight Took On Weighty Role of Ambassador for Latter-day Saint Women. During a street meeting, a member of Inez Knight's mission presidency announced that “real live Mormon women” would be speaking in church meetings the next day. 1 Inez Knight and her friend Jennie Brimhall had just arrived in England as the first young,...
‘A Place You Belong' - Church History Museum
Women of Conviction ‘A Place You Belong' An Interview with Bonnie D. Parkin. 5 March 2014. Learn More ‘I Could Have Gone into Every House’ ...
“I Am on a Foreign Mission” - Church History
The First Woman to Serve a Mission without Her Husband. Mildred was the third wife of Alfred Randall, and after they wed in 1860 he married two more women in polygamy. In 1865, Mildred became one of the first LDS women formally set apart as a missionary when she was assigned to accompany Alfred to the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii),...
Society with a Purpose - Church History
175 Years of Relief Society Work. Under the direction of women like Clarissa Smith Williams and Amy Brown Lyman, the Relief Society used the interest earned from selling the wheat to substantially reduce the maternal and infant mortality rate in Utah.
Branch Builder in Vietnam - Church History
Women of Conviction. Branch Builder in Vietnam Thi Thu Ha’s Mission. Susan Gong 7 August 2015. Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) in Vietnam is today a vibrant, tropical metropolis of almost nine million citizens. The population is growing at an average of nearly 90,000 per month as mostly young adults move from surrounding villages to the city for a ...