Gordon B Hinckley: Temple Building

Gordon B Hinckley: Temple Building

“When it was announced that we would build a temple in [Denver] and had selected a site on which it should stand, opposition rose against us. We gave up that site an tried another. Again we were thwarted. But we were determined to go forward, putting our trust in the...
The Power of My Mother

The Power of My Mother

“Nearly sixty years have gone since my mother passed away. At the time I was a university student. I have forgotten much of what I was studying then, but he memories of those last months of my mother’s life remain ever green, as do the memories of earlier years. I...

A Little Card

“When I went on my mission, my father gave me a little card with a verse from the New Testament, the words of the Lord to the centurion servant who brought news concerning the little daughter of the centurion. Those words, “be not afraid, only believe.” I commend...

Glenn Beck on LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley

This is the shorter version of Glenn Beck’s comments on the passing of President Gordon Hinckley, clipped from his TV show. Glenn Beck openly shares his testimony and the story of his conversion to the Mormon faith. Source: Glenn Beck on LDS Church President Gordon B....
The Life of President Gordon B. Hinckley: 1910 – 2008

The Life of President Gordon B. Hinckley: 1910 – 2008

President Gordon B. Hinckley, who led The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints through twelve years of global expansion, has died at the age of 97. President Hinckley was the 15th president in the 177-year history of the Church and had served as its president...
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