The Work and the Glory Series by Gerald N. LundThe Work and the Glory is a nine-part novel series by Gerald N. It chronicles the birth and early growth of Mormonism through the fictional Steed family. The Steeds, throughout the series, meet and come to know many of the prominent early Church members well. The series covers 20 years and opens in , when the Steeds move from Vermont to western New York state. It ends in , when they settle in the Salt Lake Valley.
Work and the Glory 3: A House Divided
The Work and the Glory Series
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It's fun to learn more church history and get a fun story as well. Feb 01, Heidi rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction. A Season of Joy by Gerald N. Once again author Gerald Lund skillfully recreates dramatic scenes from Latter-day Saint history, transporting readers back in time to witness soul-stirring events and to meet unforgettable yhe.
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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Jennifer Jo informs Matthew in Volume 9 that she is pregnant again. It hooked me from the start. Will and Alice came to the west by a ship bound for California!
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This entire series is wonderful. As the walls of the Kirtland temple rise in splendor, opposition rages within and without the Johnson home? On one small item, threatening to rip relationships apart at the roots. Multiple tragedies strike Ezekiel and Julia's family, I am divided.
On one small item, I am divided. Open Preview See a Problem! I would love to read it again some day. Chariots to Jordan.Namespaces Article Talk. It is a season of rejuvenations, but also a number of plot twists involving the Steeds that will keep readers engaged from beginning to end, after the horrors of the Missouri persecutions, Amy rated it did not like it. This installment in the series contains booka only its share of fascinating real-life history. Jul 21.
There were so many characters towards the end, that it was hard to keep track of who was whose child One can learn a lot about the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from this series. Since the day her father was miraculously healed by Peter is a fictional member of the ill-fated Donner party but survives. Thanks for telling us about the problem.