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Resources to Answer Common Questions
"All my family’s work has been done, so do I need to worry about family history?"
Elder W. Grant Bangerter, “What Temples Are For,” Ensign, May 1982 (general conference address)

Loretta Evans, “It’s All Been Done,” Ensign, July 2007 (article)

George D. Durrant, “Branching Out on Your Family Tree,” Ensign, April 2007 (article)

“My life is so busy right now that I don’t have time for family history research.
What can I do?”
Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “Family History: In Wisdom and in Order,” Ensign, June 1989 (general conference address)
“Why is family history work important?”
Elder Henry B. Eyring, “Hearts Bound Together,” Ensign, May 2005 (general conference address)
“How do I get started?”
President James E. Faust, “The Phenomenon That is You,” Ensign, November 2003 (general conference address)

President Boyd K. Packer, “Your Family History: Getting Started,” Ensign, August 2003 (article)



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