Tell Your Story
It is apparent that the Book of Mormon means more to us than just paper and ink. This sacred volume has figured remarkably, and miraculously, in the profound spiritual experiences of thousands of people. “This aspect of the Book of Mormon’s presence needs to be recorded,” says Don Norton, Professor of English at BYU, who specializes in helping people write their personal histories. Don feels so strongly about this that he is now collecting people’s moving spiritual stories involving the Book of Mormon. Do you have such a story? Do you know someone else, or have an ancestor who does?
Don is gathering fifty or sixty of these stories. He would like to hear from as many people as possible. If you would like to help this project along, please drop Don a note by April 30, 1985. His address is 3161 JKHB, BYU, Provo, UT 84602. Or you can give him a call at (801) 378-7452.