“A Child’s View of Pioneering,” Ensign, Dec. 1997, 46
A Child’s View of Pioneering
From a smiling Brigham Young reading the Book of Mormon, to a pioneer couple standing in front of their home, to new Church members preparing to enter the São Paulo Temple, the term pioneering evoked a variety of images in the minds of young Latter-day Saint artists.
The Museum of Church History and Art issued a call for children to submit artwork on the theme of “150 Years of Pioneering” as part of the Fourth International Art Competition. Nearly 2,000 youth from 43 states and 29 countries responded. Included here is a small selection of their artwork.