The early pioneers lived long ago. What can I learn from them?10487_000_033
On the 24th of July, we celebrate the arrival of the pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley.
They left everything behind—their homes, their businesses, their farms, and even their beloved family members—to journey into a wilderness.
The pioneers danced and sang as they crossed the plains. It was a way they kept their spirits high in the face of tremendous hardships.
With firm faith in God and their leaders, the early pioneers went to work to create beautiful communities in the shadows of the mountains.
What a glorious legacy of faith, courage, and ingenuity those noble pioneers have left for us to build upon.
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