Saturday, September 28, 2013

My Family History Calling

The following is from FamilySearch.


My Family History Calling NewsletterSeptember 2013
The Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched a new family history product that allows patrons to engage in family history without a computer! See how anyone can use this amazing tool to get started and how family history consultants will help.
FamilySearch Blog Articles

We recently held our annual department business meeting and showcased to missionaries and employees what's coming in the future to FamilySearch. I want to share this information with you, too; I think you'll love what you see!
A new video has just been added to the consultant training website showing how family history consultants can assist the ward council in its efforts to minister to new members, less-active members, investigators, and prospective missionaries.See how you can better fulfill your calling as a family history consultant by watching this video.
RootsTech and the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) will combine efforts for the 2015 National Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. Read how this important industry merger will make for an even better conference.
Will you be in Salt Lake City, Utah, for general conference weekend? Join us for the annual Stake Indexing Director Forum on Friday, October 4. You will be able to attend four classes, each of which will be followed by a question-and-answer session. Click here to review the class schedule and see what is in store for those who attend.
FamilySearch works with a variety of partners to help provide you with as many ways as possible to find your family members. FamilySearch is pleased to announce Ages-online,CreateFan , and TreeSeek and are now Tree Access Certified.Read more about these great partners.
Since we launched the enhanced in April, we have seen a tremendous amount of interest in our photos and stories features. We are pleased (excited! ecstatic!) to announce a major milestone.

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