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March, 28, 2014

To Cherish the Unseen

The spirit of the Education in Zion Gallery is one of eternal reflection. The stories of Saints long gone—and yet ever-present by their works of dedication—are a source of reflection; pictures of their solemn, smiling, or firmly determined expressions tell their stories. What did it matter that there were no papers, pencils, maps, or other …

September, 24, 2012

FHE: Mormon Hispanic Heritage

On September 10, Education in Zion hosted its first FHE of the new school year. The gallery decided to focus on missionary experiences of those who opened Latin America to the preaching of the gospel and to the stories of those seeking truth who became the devoted Saints amongst all the Hispanic peoples. We had …

March, 14, 2012

Responsibility to Educate

Imagining the difficulties the pioneers faced in traveling west is almost incomprehensible to me in my own pleasant circumstances. Merely surviving the trip was a tremendous feat—not to mention the task of building and establishing a home and community! It’s amazing to me to see that despite these difficult circumstances, the Saints continued to establish …