Views:9885|Rating:4.67|View Time:2:55Minutes|Likes:85|Dislikes:6 The Boise Idaho Temple was rededicated Sunday, 18 November 2012 by Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, after receiving significant upgrades and modernizations.
Views:3642|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:35Minutes|Likes:31|Dislikes:0 The Kansas City Missouri Temple was formally dedicated on 6 May 2012 in three sessions by President Thomas S. Monson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Views:1156|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:58Minutes|Likes:21|Dislikes:0 Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints toured the Children’s Justice Center in Salt Lake City and provided the facility with a donation to help families affected by child abuse as part of National Child Abuse Awareness Month.
Views:21394|Rating:4.89|View Time:1:22Minutes|Likes:174|Dislikes:4 President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dedicated the Tucson Arizona Temple on Sunday, August 13, 2017, in three sessions, making it the sixth Mormon temple in the state of Arizona. There are more than 423,000 Latter-day Saints in the state.
Completion of the temple occurs with the traditional cornerstone ceremony and dedicatory prayer. President Uchtdorf placed mortar around the cornerstone and was joined by others, at his invitation, to do the same.
Views:60124|Rating:4.59|View Time:4:55Minutes|Likes:524|Dislikes:47 The Church’s 142nd temple and Arizona’s fourth was dedicated and presided over by Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday, 2 March 2014. His first counselor, President Henry B. Eyring in the First Presidency, also offered the temple dedicatory prayer in two of the sessions.
Views:72516|Rating:4.87|View Time:3:43Minutes|Likes:768|Dislikes:20 President Russell M. Nelson addressed more than 49,000 people at a devotional at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington, Saturday, September 15, 2018.
The prophet of the worldwide Church addressed more than 49,000 people at a devotional at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington, Saturday, September 15, 2018.
President Nelson was accompanied by his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, and President Henry B. Eyring, second counselor in the First Presidency.
“We have never spoken at a baseball field before,” said President Nelson, who celebrated his 94th birthday last Sunday. “We are grateful to each of you for coming to this devotional. We express deep gratitude to all who have helped to make this historic event possible.”
There are more than 288,000 Latter-day Saints in the state of Washington.
Views:19501|Rating:4.87|View Time:1:16Minutes|Likes:181|Dislikes:5 On Saturday evening, thousands attended a cultural celebration as some 2,100 young Latter-day Saints presented the history of the Church in Arizona through song and dance at the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. The theme, “The Time Is Now,” encourages the youth to make a positive difference in their family. Each youth submitted an “I Will” statement, an individual commitment of how they will improve their lives because of the new temple.
Views:11882|Rating:4.80|View Time:3:42Minutes|Likes:118|Dislikes:5 The Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple was dedicated as the 152nd temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sunday, September 18, 2016. It is the first temple in Philadelphia and in the state. President Henry B. Eyring, first Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church dedicated the temple in three sessions on Sunday and presided over the youth cultural celebration the night prior at Temple University. President Erying has a close bond to this particular temple since he was born and lived in New Jersey and was baptized in Philiadelphia as a boy.
Views:14082|Rating:4.82|View Time:3:45Minutes|Likes:136|Dislikes:5 The Kansas City Missouri Temple was formally dedicated Sunday in three sessions by President Thomas S. Monson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). The dedicatory sessions were broadcast to congregations of the Church within the temple district.
President Monson said this “stately and magnificent temple in the lovely part of the country, really the heartland of America, … will shine as a beacon of righteousness to all who will follow its light — the light of the gospel, the light of the Savior.”
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Views:104732|Rating:4.65|View Time:4:46Minutes|Likes:803|Dislikes:61 Latter-day Saints in southern Arizona are ready to welcome visitors to the Tucson Arizona Temple, which has been built among the saguaro cactus in southern Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Complimentary tickets are now available for a public open house for the newly completed temple that will begin on Saturday, June 3, and continue through Saturday, June 24, 2017, except for the Sundays of June 4, 11 and 18.
“The temple is beautiful,” said local member Joshua Ramirez. “It’s just like a big beacon.”
“I believe that when people come to visit the temple, they will feel something special as they visit the house of the Lord, as they come here and view the insides of this beautiful structure,” expressed member Daniel Post, who is excited the temple in Tucson has been completed.
Calvin Caldwell, project manager for the temple, explained that going to the temple is like finding an oasis in the desert. “They have that opportunity to take a deep breath and relax and all their worries kind of go away,” said Caldwell.
The design and colors inside the new 38,000-square-foot temple are influenced by the Art Deco style and reflect the green desert landscape of the American Southwest, including native plants, red cactus flowers and orange hues that represent the desert sun. Designers used the native ocotillo plant and the flower of the paddle cactus or prickly pear as inspiration for the décor, such as the art glass. Paintings feature stories of the ministry of Jesus Christ from the scriptures and desert scenery.