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Carri P. Jenkins, assistant to the president at BYU, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Carri P. Jenkins, assistant to the president at BYU, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Red--Qualities of God and Jesus Christ  Orange-- The Holy Ghost  Pink-- Charity/Service  Yellow= Faith and Hope  Tan-- Repentance  Light Green--Salvation/Eternal Life  Dark Green--Prophecies Not Yet Fulfilled  Light Blue-- Prayer  Dark Blue-- Creation/Fall of Man  Purple-- Prophecies Fulfilled or Being Fulfilled  Dark Brown--Baptism  Black-- Miscellaneous

Red--Qualities of God and Jesus Christ Orange-- The Holy Ghost Pink-- Charity/Service Yellow= Faith and Hope Tan-- Repentance Light Green--Salvation/Eternal Life Dark Green--Prophecies Not Yet Fulfilled Light Blue-- Prayer Dark Blue-- Creation/Fall of Man Purple-- Prophecies Fulfilled or Being Fulfilled Dark Brown--Baptism Black-- Miscellaneous

One of the earliest known photographs - 1839

These 44 Photos From The Past Won't Be In History Books. They're That Messed Up.

Chantel Sloan, BYU professor of Health Science, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Chantel Sloan, BYU professor of Health Science, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Julianne Grose, Professor of Microbiology at BYU 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Julianne Grose, Professor of Microbiology at BYU 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Jenny Hale Pulshiper, History professor at BYU, in her 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Jenny Hale Pulshiper, History professor at BYU, in her 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Renata Forste, BYU professor of Sociology, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Renata Forste, BYU professor of Sociology, 'By Study, By Faith' interview.

Eliza R. Snow and the inclusivity of the gospel. Julianne is a member of our ward here in Oxford.

Eliza R. Snow and the inclusivity of the gospel. Julianne is a member of our ward here in Oxford.

Photo Courtesy Utah Historical SocietyBathsheba W. Smith was an early member of the Latter-day Saint movement. She was the fourth general president of the Relief Society of the LDS Church, a member of the Board of Directors of Deseret Hospital and a leader in the western United States women's suffrage movement.

Photo Courtesy Utah Historical SocietyBathsheba W. Smith was an early member of the Latter-day Saint movement. She was the fourth general president of the Relief Society of the LDS Church, a member of the Board of Directors of Deseret Hospital and a leader in the western United States women's suffrage movement.

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