D&C 124; 126—The Saints flee to Nauvoo, Illinois and build the Church there. In Nauvoo, baptisms for the dead were performed for the first time, as well as the temple endowment. Even more notable was the organization of the Relief Society. What does Nauvoo mean to you? Patricia Auxier is with us to break it all down.
D&C 121, 122—Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS swings by to talk about some of the most powerful chapters in church history. We all endure adversity and Joseph Smith was no exception. What can we learn about adversity from the prophet’s experience in Liberty Jail?
D&C 101; 103; 105—Let’s learn more about the early saints’ efforts to establish Zion in Missouri, including the many trials and refining experience they went through, such as Zion’s Camp. And who better to walk us through this stuff than our resident Missourian, Al Doan?
Dustin Homer joins us for a discussion on how missionary work functioned among the early saints, and how missionary work can benefit us today. Were it not for the missionary work and sacrifices of the era, the Church would likely have been unable to carry on.