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This is the 13th book in the Faith-Promoting Series. It is comprised of three stories from different authors, each with the common theme of sacrifice for the sake of the gospel. Like other books in the Faith-Promoting Series, it is designed to be easy to read, relevant to the daily lives of Latter-day Saints, and exciting.

 

The first section, Leaving Home, is the story of Robert Aveson. Aveson was born in England and received a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel, but his parents and other family members were violently opposed to him joining the Church. He attended meetings in secret for many years, until he had saved enough money to run away to the US and then on to Utah. His first two attempts at escape were stopped, but eventually he succeeded and successfully arrived in Salt Lake City. Years later his parents both converted to the Church and joined him there.

 

William Anderson was a soldier, a man from a strict family who left behind a touching legacy for his posterity. He joined the Church and journeyed with his family to Nauvoo where he participated in the Battle of Nauvoo.

 

O. B. Huntington relates a thrilling story of journeying through the desert in an area controlled by Native Americans. Amazing intervention from the Lord allows both the Native Americans and the travelers to arrive at their destinations safely.

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