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Strengthen your home and family through family history work.
 

Family history can be a powerful defense for families in today’s troubled world. Church leaders have promised numerous blessings to those who participate in this work, including more closeness and joy in your family, increased knowledge and faith, and divine protection throughout your lives.

If you’re looking for ways to fortify your home through the power of family history, these ideas can help. Each of the following presentations was given at the 2017 RootsTech family history conference in a class titled, “Grandma’s Syrup: Fortifying Your Home with Family History.



Keep and Tell Stories

Telling the stories of your ancestors can bless your home.

Plan Tangible Activities

Find activities to plan family history into your life.


Share Food Traditions

Discover your family's story through food traditions.


Gather with a Purpose

Find a purpose to the family history work you're doing.

 

 



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