There is great power in sharing stories. Let’s take it a step further and say sharing stories, especially those about hard or sensitive subjects can be life-changing. Here’s why.
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Latter-day Saints don’t always seem to know what to do with Halloween. Many are uncomfortable with some of the ghoulish, eerie, or even demonic elements of the season. Even I, an avid fan of the season, can see where there is a void waiting to be filled. And it can filled with a celebration of family history thanks to Dia de Muertos—the Day of the Dead.
If you've hit a wall in your family history research, there's probably an article on this wiki that can help.
Where is the perfect place for conversation starters for family? The dinner table of course! How do I know this? I’ve see it daily in my own home. Table talk unfolds the story of your family – past, present and future.
In a historic move, the boards of the National Genealogical Society (NGS) and the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) announced their intent to merge. The two organizations, both non- profit leaders in the dynamic genealogy industry, will form one consolidated group that will continue to operate as the National Genealogical Society.
“Remember who you are.” It’s a simple phrase, but one with deep meaning. I have said it many times as my children have walked out the door – off to school, out with friends or on a date. But in this instance, let’s add one more line – “Remember who you are…and where you came from.” Remembering is powerful. But now, helping youth remember is more. It is vital.