Descendants of a man who provided funding for the first printing of the Book of Mormon presented his wallet to the LDS Church on March 23, 2007, noting the $3,000 he donated in 1830 would be the equivalent of a $1.6 million gift in 2007
On 21 January 2005, Brian Durrant of Solihull, England, officially presented to the Europe West Area Presidency an original Nauvoo Temple Plate, commemorating the dedication of the Nauvoo Temple in May of 1846.
For David and Rachel Weidman there are two primary motivations for giving: First, because everything is a gift from God. Second, giving brings joy by deepening gospel understanding. Now the Weidmans want their six children to know the joy of giving, too.
FamilySearch volunteers reached a monumental milestone this week, transcribing their 250 millionth historical record. The incredible online initiative started in January 2006 with a few thousand volunteers and has now grown to be the largest Web-based initiative of its kind with over 100,000 volunteers worldwide.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced plans today to remodel and architecturally change the appearance of the Ogden Utah Temple and its grounds. Elder William R. Walker made the announcement in downtown Ogden with Mayor Matthew R. Godfrey.