By Kent Larsen
Internet: Te Karere and Verkivick
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- This week we found just a few new websites,
mostly link and personal pages. The most interesting page is a
replica of a 1940 publication by LDS missionaries evacuated from New
Zealand because of World War II. Also new this week is an LDS page on
BellaOnline, a community website something like About.com. Pratt's
LDS Church page includes a number of links, while a discussion list
that Pratt runs provides Family Home Evening information. Also new is
an author page by UK-based science fiction author Colin J. Fenwick.
Newly Listed Mormon Websites:
BellaOnline -- Latter-day Saint Interactive
Comprehensive, About.com-like site of information about Mormonism.
Includes bulletin boards, chat rooms and pages of links in 15
different subject areas.
Discussion list for ideas and resources for family home evening that
can be adapted to meet the family's individual needs.
Pratt's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Link Page
A personal page with links to a variety of LDS site, including links
to particular portions of the LDS Church's Gospel Library that cover
Family Home Evening and the Primary.
On-line replica of a 1940 publication by 34 LDS missionaries who were
traveling from New Zealand to Hawaii aboard the SS Mariposa. The LDS
Church evacuated these missionaries from New Zealand after that
country entered World War II (the US had not yet entered the war).
Includes articles on Matthew Cowley and President David O. McKay and
an article by Elder Glenn L. Rudd, who was honorably released as a
General Authority in 1992.
Home page of LDS author Colin J. Fenwick. Includes several short
stories, one of which is about an LDS missionary. Also includes a
news page and some links to LDS and science fiction pages.