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A Love for Words

The Legacy of Mabel Jones Gabbott

At a baptismal service, eight-year-olds dressed in white often join with family and ward members to sing of how “Jesus came to John the Baptist, / In Judea long ago, / And was baptized by immersion / In the river Jordan’s flow” (

Lillian Ashby and the Dharmarajus

How One Woman Helped Plant the Church in India

When 37-year-old Lillian Ashby received a mission call to serve with her husband in Samoa, she knew she only had months to live. Despite her struggle with cancer, her mission had a lasting impact on an individual, a family, and a nation.

This Grand Opportunity

Elizabeth McCune and the First Sister Missionaries

Elizabeth McCune traveled to Europe in 1897 with her family. Her willingness to share her testimony prompted the mission presidency to ask for sister missionaries.