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6 Ways to Celebrate your Missionary

Posted by Lisa Pierson on 22nd Jun 2018

6 Ways to Celebrate your Missionary
‘Tis the season! The time when our young men and young women graduate high school and get ready to embark on a new stage in their lives. For many of them, that means getting their mission call and reporting to the MTC. As a parent, or even a loved one to these prospective missionaries, you’ve watched them grow, struggle and achieve many great things! Now it’s time to send them off on their next grand, life adventure. I’m sure you’ve wondered what you could possibly give them that would be meanin
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Show Dad how much he means to you: 6 gifts that will knock his socks (or tie) off

Posted by Lisa Pierson on 12th Jun 2018

Show Dad how much he means to you: 6 gifts that will knock his socks (or tie) off
Oh how we love the fathers in our life! Whether they be the father of your children, your own father, your grandfather, uncle or other loved one, they work, play, lead, love, labor, worry, teach, solve problems, fix things and tell the best “dad jokes”. We all have men in our lives whom could fit the description in this poem quoted by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland:Only a dad with a tired face,Coming home from the daily race,Toiling and striving from day to day,Facing whatever may come his way,Glad in
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Jorge Cocco Santangelo: 80 year old artist from Argentina sheds new light on LDS art

Posted by Lisa Pierson on 17th May 2018

Jorge Cocco Santangelo: 80 year old artist from Argentina sheds new light on LDS art
As an art publisher, we at Altus Fine Art want to spotlight our artists in a special way so that you can get to know more about them and come to admire them as we do. This month we would like to introduce you to, Jorge Cocco Santangelo. In 1967, President Spencer W. Kimball said at an address at Brigham Young University, “Can there never be another Michelangelo? Ah! Yes!...What could be the result if discovery were made of equal talent in men who were clean and free from the vices, and thus en
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