Spencer W. Kimball and the Lamanite Cause



Spencer Kimball was three years into his apostleship when he received his special charge to “watch after the Indians in all the world.” With characteristic energy, he adopted their welfare as his cause. His first concern was for the tribes served by the struggling Navajo-Zuni Mission in Arizona and New Mexico, the first modern Indian mission in the Church, established in 1943 with only a handful of members. He studied their problems and visited their reservations repeatedly.


Share This Article With Someone