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Published: Tuesday, April 23 2013 2:15 p.m. MDT

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Florissant, MO

Future temple architects. :)

Mount Pleasant, UT

It's so amazing what we can do with our minds when we listen. What a fun way to bring the family together, a fun way to entice others to do the same and they are using the talents and abilities the Lord blessed them with.


Awesome! I may try and do the same thing with my family. My oldest child is autistic and this may be the perfect activity to get him excited about temples and temple work!

James Ireland
York, 00

Firstly, that is awesome
Secondly, is there any were where I can view all that you have done already
Thirdly, Have you done the Preston England Temple yet? If not any chance?

G L W8

I'm old enough to remember when the first television sets were taking the town by storm! We spent our Sunday Afternoons watching uplifting educational and religious programming. The point: any new media can be a bonding and uplifting experience if we allow and plan it. The online Bible Stories being produced by the LDS Church is a case in point. The old black and white movies we saw way back then brought the Bible to life!

Philippine Bonita
Sammamish, WA

Hey, James, Go to The Wilkey's blog just google "build in holy places" you should find it and be able to see all the temples there. I served a mission in Manchester, so Preston is near and dear to my heart, too. The Wilkeys are my in-laws. They are always lots of fun!!!

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