zionsmercantile on Calm Carthage Marylynn Moody on Calm Carthage Robert Robinson on Eliza Chapman Gadd A Faithful… Valerie on Lemon Strudel, Yes Please… zionsmercantile on Christmas Jars, a New Tra…
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Joseph Smith’s history records: “My grandfather, Asael Smith, long ago predicted that there would be a prophet raised up in his family, and my grandmother was fully satisfied that it was fulfilled in me. My grandfather Asael died in East … Continue reading
We just received these amazing knives. They make great gifts for the boy or man in your life. They have maple or bone handles with messages reminding them of who they are and what they really stand for. You will … Continue reading
This would be a great idea to make this weekend. I’m sure your family would all join you for breakfast. Dough 1 cup milk 2/3 cup sugar 1 1/2 tablespoons active dry yeast 1 stick unsalted butter, softened 2 large … Continue reading
Preparing a Meal Was Hard Work in Pioneer Times The Early American Settlers spent much of their time first finding their food, and then cooking it. Food had to be hunted, trapped, foraged, or planted. They had to kill and … Continue reading
Just a though for this Thursday. Love this! Think just how many precious jewels you have been given. Enjoy each and every one of them.
At the Carthage Jail on June 27, 1844, a mob murdered the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum, who thus sealed their testimonies of Jesus Christ with their blood. Several days earlier, the Prophet and others voluntarily went to … Continue reading
“If you sometimes get discouraged, consider this fellow. He dropped out of grade school. Ran a country store. Went broke. Took 15 years to pay off his bills. Took a wife. Unhappy marriage. Ran for House. Lost twice. Ran for … Continue reading
I found this today and it made me think about how we are all inundated by the media and social networking. Our children share all kinds of information on internet sites. It worries me about their safety and personal information. … Continue reading
Just a thought for you to think about on this Wednesday.