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Saratoga Springs, Mount Saratoga Stake Fireside
September 28, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Last Days of the Savior’s Mortal Life
By: Daniel Rona from Jerusalem
Discover Symbolic Meanings that Define the Saviors’ Atonement
WHAT: Saratoga Springs, Mount Saratoga Stake Fireside
WHO: Daniel Rona (an American, Israeli, Mormon, and a Jew)
WHERE: 612 W Pony Express Pkwy, Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
WHEN: 28 September 2018 (Friday)
TIME: 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Brother Rona travels great distances sharing with Latter‐day Saints and their friends throughout the world about the Savior and his bond with the people of Judah and Joseph. Many people can’t visit the Holy Land, so we have brought Brother Rona to you to share his Jewish–Israeli insights, help you increase your appreciation and understanding of the Savior’s life, love and the land where He lived. We suggest you share Brother Rona’s fireside with friends so they too can enjoy the knowledge, warmth and humor of the highlights of the Savior’s last few days on earth. Daniel will use a live video feed from Jerusalem, help you see symbols in the scriptures that point to the Savior’s deliverance in the past, the meridian of time, and the future. Imagine, seeing for yourself the scriptural patterns that reveal more of the Savior’s role in discovering your own purpose of life.
Daniel Rona is Director of the Ensign Foundation, assisting the people of Israel to restore their identity. He’s the first (his son Steven is the second) licensed LDS Tour Guide in Israel for more than 40 years, the author of 6 books and TV movies about the people and their religions in Israel. He and his wife, Marilyn, have five children and eight grandchildren, and are now on a service mission i n the L.D.S. Church History Department in Salt Lake City. Their assignment is to write profile histories of countries where the LDS Church is established. Sister Rona was Israel’s Church historian for 20‐years.