Marriage & divorce: An address

Marriage divorce An address An address given by Spencer W Kimball at Brigham Young University in

  • Title: Marriage & divorce: An address
  • Author: Spencer W. Kimball
  • ISBN: 9780877476351
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An address given by Spencer W Kimball at Brigham Young University in 1976.

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    About “Spencer W. Kimball

    • Spencer W. Kimball

      Born on March 28, 1895, in Salt Lake City, Spencer W Kimball grew up in Thatcher, Arizona After completing a mission and marrying Camilla Eyring, he settled in Safford, Arizona, to raise his family and run an insurance business Years of Church and community leadership preceded his calling as an Apostle in 1943 Overcoming severe health problems, he became Church President on December 30, 1973, at the age of 78 He led the Church with spiritual power and energetic determination during a period of dramatic vitality and growth His administration produced significant advances in doctrinal understanding, member unity, and gospel expansion worldwide In the 12 years of his presidency, the number of operating temples doubled, the number of missionaries increased by 50 percent, and the priesthood was extended to all worthy male members He died in Salt Lake City on November 5, 1985.



    583 thoughts on “Marriage & divorce: An address

    • Some areas were too generalized, especially for modern concerns. Although I find the suggestions against inter-racial and marrying with similar economic, etc. backgrounds founded as a matter of starting out with an easier adjustment and based on percentages of success and not as a judgment call. The selfish aspect was brought up well, but I think respect is an important element that wasn't given enough emphasis.


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