BillionGraves shows not only where the cemetery is, but precisely where in the cemetery the grave marker could be found.
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A Washington, D.C. Stake young woman has organized a large-scale service project benefitting BillionGraves. Brooke and her team of youth, parents and leaders recently photographed 5,488 headstones at Arlington National Cemetery, in areas not yet collected for BillionGraves’ free GPS cemetery index.
OK, I know everyone is talking about “one year of Covid” in the world. But have you stopped to take time to think about one year of Covid in YOUR world? As a gift to yourself and future generations, take some time this week to write down how the pandemic has affected your family.
We are strangers in a strange land. We have completely forgotten our preparation with loved ones before we began the journey. We are miserably unaware of the angels who accompany us. We despair of having peace and triumph at the end of our travail. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, God doesn’t want it to be that way.
Drawing closer to those who reside on the other side of the veil has given me a greater desire to strive to hear the whisperings of the Spirit. Our ward recently completed a 21 day challenge to help ward members learn to hear Him through temple and family history work.
To add some inner light to what for many is a bleak mid-winter, you must see the Family Discovery Day presentation of Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife Pat as they take their three children back to St. George, where they grew up, to remember and connect.
More than 433,000 curious family history enthusiasts are already registered to take part in Rootstech Connect 2021 and it's not too late for you to join the fun.