Editor's note: Noting the 30th anniversary of the 1978 priesthood revelation, this is the fifth in a series of profiles on black Mormons and their families. Next week: Don and Jerri Harwell.
Upon entering Kevin and Lita Giddins' high-ceilinged home, visitors will have no question as to their priorities and values.
An open LDS hymn book rests on the piano, with a Joseph Smith book propped up on a stand nearby, and a well-read copy of the Ensign lies in a basket on the floor. A large, white poster next to the hearth shows a quote from President Thomas S. Monson written in colorful letters. The walls are adorned with pictures of the Savior, pictures of the Giddins family and a plaque inscribed with the date of their sealing in the Salt Lake Temple.
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