“Take the Family History Quarter Challenge”

What is the “Quarter Challenge?” What is the “Temple Patron Assistance Fund?” How to I get started with Quarter 1: Stories and Pictures?   Find us on Facebook and accept the Challenge, search “Family History Quarter Challenge” and ask to join our group today. Have a question or need more help?  Contact us by email […]

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Temple Patron Assistance Fund

What is the "Temple Patron Assistance Fund?" "As the population of the Church continues to expand in the world, there are more and more dedicated saints who live in remote and impoverished locales and lack the means to attend a temple even once in their lifetimes. Therefore, the Church has established the General Temple Patron […]

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Take the Quarter Challenge

Join the Queen Creek South Stake of Arizona as we "Take the Family History Quarter Challenge" and find our ancestors!   What is the Quarter Challenge?  Just like a "quarter" has two sides, so does family history work.  President Howard W. Hunter said, "those who engage in family history research and then perform the temple […]

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Day 40: Your Experience!

We did it!  Day 40 of our 40 Day Family History Challenge.  I hope you now have planted in your heart the love for your ancestors as you began this amazing journey with us.  If you are just stumbling upon our website, start your own 40 day challenge today!  There are links on the right […]

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Day 39: Decorate It!

FamilySearch is encouraging us to index the millions of records that are ready for our eyes to see and fingers to type the information.  They are doing a fun Christmas tree decorating event for December.  Jump on board and index some records tonight!  How about doing your own Countdown to Christmas with this Christmas tree […]

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Day 37: Share It!

We just had a great family reunion last Saturday.  We shared some fun ways to get going with family history.  I will post some details to help you plan your next family reunion soon.  Here is a video highlighting some of our ancestors.  What would they tell you if they were here to speak with […]

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