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“Church History Cards,” Friend, December 2021

Church History Cards

Cut out the cards, fold on the dotted line, and tape them closed.

Tsune Ishida Nachie

Sister Nache

1856–1938

“Sister Nachie always prays [with thankfulness] for … her new-found faith.”

  • She lived in Japan. She helped care for the first missionaries there.

  • Soon she asked to be baptized.

  • She was the first woman from Japan to go to the temple in Laie, Hawaii. She also became the first temple worker from Japan.

  • She helped teach the gospel to other Japanese people living in Hawaii.

Truman O. Angell

Truman Angell

1810–1887

“I have not studied [for] gain, but to build up the Zion of our God.”

  • He was a carpenter. He helped build the Kirtland and Nauvoo Temples.

  • The prophet called him to be the architect for the Church.

  • He served a mission in Europe and learned more about designing buildings.

  • He designed the Salt Lake Temple. He worked on it for more than 35 years.

Friend Magazine, Global 2021/12 Dec

Illustrations by Brooke Smart