Friday, May 08, 2015

My Family History Calling

The following is from FamilySearch.


My Family History Calling Newsletter
April 2015
News you need to succeed-for priesthood leaders, consultants, and center directors.
The Promised Blessings of Family History
See all the recent promises given by General Authorities about doing family history work, and how it will bless our lives here and now, not just our deceased ancestors as you find, take, and teach.
What's New on FamilySearch
Puzilla Provides Easy "Wins" for Heart-turning Experiences
Discover Your Ancestors in Obituaries
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How Partner Sites Can Help You Find a Name to Submit to the Temple: Records
Use the unique record sets on partner sites to find more ancestors to take to the temple!
Releasing Reservations After Two Years
Starting in the next few months the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will begin releasing user temple reservations that have been inactive for more than two years. See what you can do.
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Help Prune the Family Tree
A new feature on Family Tree aims to alert and prompt users to fix duplicate entries and data issues before requesting temple ordinances.
Partner News
FamilySearch is pleased to announce that the following genealogy sites are now FamilySearch certified: Kinpoint, Missing Parents, Research Indicators For Descendants, Research Indicators For Your Relatives, and Tree Hints For Your Relatives.
RootsTech Lives On: Have You Scheduled Your Family Discovery Day?
The tremendous joy and fun of discovering family can be shared in your ward or stake, branch or district when you sign up to host a local family discovery day. With content from RootsTech and other time saving planning materials you can easily create an event to engage members in your area to Find family names, prepare to Take them to the temple, and begin to Teach others to do the same. Sign up to host an event today and learn more at
Nothing Is Impossible
Since my childhood, my heart has been turned to my ancestors, so when the invitation came from my bishop to participate in indexing, I readily accepted.

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