Tag: family history
Yes, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrate Halloween, but not all in the same way. And some choose not to. Find out more in this post. Learn also about how things might look different when Halloween falls on a Sunday like it does this year.
Family history can help us feel the reality that there is life beyond this life, and is a way members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seek to to serve family members who have passed on.
All it takes is about 30 minutes of your time to help! FamilySearch is inviting anyone who is interested to help break a record of the number of indexers working in a oine-day period. From LDS.org: “Our stated goal...Read More
A news station in Arizona (ABC 15) recently did a four-part special showing the inside of a Mormon temple (temples are the most sacred buildings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). The temple featured in this...Read More
A key doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is that families can be together forever through priesthood covenants and ordinances. When we invite people to come to Christ through baptism, we are also...Read More
An unprecedented genealogy/family history project is being launched today, in a joint effort between Archives.com, FamilySearch, findmypast.com, and other leading genealogy organizations. The 1940 U.S. Census Community Project...Read More
Today, Emily (from the “This is Me” Challenge family history blog) shares ideas about doing histories for children and teens. (If you didn’t see her post yesterday, take a look at her ideas for doing histories...Read More
Today, Emily shares ideas for doing histories for your children. Today, she covers babies and toddlers. Tomorrow, we’ll share her ideas for doing histories for children and teens. Emily has a blog called “This is...Read More
The last article I wrote on here talked about overcoming the roadblocks we find in completing our personal and family histories. But now what? How about we start out easy, and then go to the more difficult? This means that we...Read More
Emily shares her first list of tips for writing your personal and/or family history, and how to get past some of the common roadblocks to writing a personal history. Keeping track of your personal history is something that a lot...Read More