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June 1, 2020

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Larry WalkerMay 24, 2020

Thank you for sharing the details of the inspiring efforts of this good man.

Nancy DoutreMay 22, 2020

May your work continue to touch lives .

MindaMay 21, 2020

I was touched with your story brother Pooly. Do you know that I feel sorry for all the Natives who once upon a time that they owned this land but they are being thrown in a reservations? I am so glad to read and know that there is you and your family are reaching to them. I would like to see them all prosper in the land. May you be blessed with health and strength and live long. You are the light among your people. You and your family are their earthly angels. Thank you so much for sharing your story.

Helena LemonMay 20, 2020

We are all waiting for the Lamanite people to blossom and claim their divine destiny! Brother Pooley is an instrument to make this happen! I can't wait, because it will be amazing!

Faye GirsbergerMay 20, 2020

Al Pooley is doing a wonderful thing. Thank you.

IngridMay 20, 2020

I teared up reading this article. It is so true. We come from greatness. If every individual on the earth past present and future sees this truth, there will be amazing miracles for us to witness. God is love. He created us to be happy. He's happy when we choose light. He is light. Thank you Bro. Pooley for your great work of awakening a people of their origin, potential and destiny. Jesus heals. He's returning soon.

Jean Cook RyggMay 20, 2020

I have also read in the Book of Mormon that the descendants of the Lamanites will become great again. I am very grateful for the great work All Pooley, his daughter Amy, and others are doing and I hope his work continues to flourish! Keep Going!!! and may the Lord Bless your work.

Jerome TewMay 20, 2020

I did a program on history of the American Indians to a Historical Society in Clinton N. C. There were about 60 members there. I told how they were the children of Israel and descend from Joseph of Egypt. One person ask, how long have you known this and another ask if i was going to publish this story. At the a lady came up to me in tears.She said that her only daughter married an Indian from Roberson Co. and she said that now she knew that her grand children would be part of the Children of Israel.

Larry DuncanMay 20, 2020

I would like to contact Al. I knew & had such respect for he and his family as a Freshman at BYU Provo in 1965.

Diane DaleyMay 20, 2020

I really liked this story of this man Al Pooley. I wonder if he is related to George Pooley. If so I wonder if Al could help George. George is probably about 69 years old now. I am 66 years old now, and I knew George in high school. He lived in Provo, Utah with the Hofhiens family. But I think he was from Arizona. I don't know what has happened to George. I heard that he had started drinking. But he did go on a mission for the church years ago. Please try to find him and let me know. Thank you, Diane Daley (Whatcott)

Diana BaerMay 20, 2020

What a beautiful and touching project that enriches and changes so many lives. My heart was so full as I read this wonderful work of Brother Pooley and his family. I know we can each be guided to minister to others by the Holy Ghost and that we can make a difference for good.

Martha ClantonMay 20, 2020

What an excellent article. This message resonated with me, even though I am not Native American. I think everyone needs to hear this.

Haze K.May 20, 2020

What a great man with an uplifting message to his people, and to all of us.

Chris ArmstrongMay 20, 2020

Thank you for sharing Al's wonderful vision for his people. His is further evidence of the power of one to change lives.

C. CampbellMay 20, 2020

I loved this article and am so impressed with the Pooly family, their inspiration and initiative. Thank you for making us aware of them, their organization, and how true principles change lives.

Jenny SvendsenMay 20, 2020

Blessed be this wonderful brother and his daughter, for the service they are giving to heavenly Father's children, our brothers and sisters.

Margie MansellMay 20, 2020

Love this article. We know of another Navajo woman wanting to do the same for Native Americans. How could they meet? I would love to have them join forces. May God bless them in their endeavors to inspire true greatness in their people.

Anna FeatherstoneMay 20, 2020

Beautiful, thank you....



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