Elder Stevenson Visits Chile
    Footnotes

    “Elder Stevenson Visits Chile,” Friend, September 2019

    Apostles around the World

    Elder Stevenson Visits Chile

    The Apostles travel around the world to minister to people and teach them about Jesus Christ.

    Elder Gary E. Stevenson
    pictures of Elder Stevenson at the temple in Chile

    Top, right, bottom photographs by Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News; illustrations by Jeff Harvey

    Elder Gary E. Stevenson and his wife, Sister Lesa Stevenson, traveled to Chile with President Russell M. Nelson and his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, for a very important event. A new temple was being dedicated in the city of Concepción!

    This beautiful new temple is the second one in Chile and the 18th temple in South America.

    Many earthquakes happen in Chile. The Concepción Chile Temple has a special foundation to help keep it from being damaged if an earthquake hits.

    Laura and Alicia O. helped put the last stone in the outside of the temple. This is called the cornerstone of the temple. Then the temple was ready to be dedicated.

    Children came with their parents to hear President Nelson give a special prayer to dedicate the temple.

    Worthy members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now able to go inside to do temple baptisms and be sealed to their families!

    I Love to See the Temple

    coloring page with pictures of kids and families at temple

    By Janice Kapp Perry

    I love to see the temple.

    I’m going there someday

    To feel the Holy Spirit,

    To listen and to pray.

    For the temple is a house of God,

    A place of love and beauty.

    I’ll prepare myself while I am young;

    This is my sacred duty.

    I love to see the temple.

    I’ll go inside someday.

    I’ll covenant with my Father;

    I’ll promise to obey.

    For the temple is a holy place

    Where we are sealed together.

    As a child of God, I’ve learned this truth:

    A family is forever.

    Glue this page to thick paper. Then color, cut out, punch holes, and tie the cards together with string or ribbon.