Glenn L. Pace





Glenn L. Pace


Born
in Provo, Utah, The United States
March 21, 1940

Died
May 16, 2017

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Glenn Leroy Pacehas been a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since 1985 having served as a member of the presiding bishopric and the First Quorum of Seventy.

Born in Provo, Utah to Latter-day Saint parents, Pace has been affiliated with the LDS Church all his life. He was baptized at the age of eight years old. He served as a missionary for the LDS Church in the New England States Mission. He served as a elders quorum president, counselor in a bishopric, and stake clerk early in his adulthood. He also served as the president of the Australia Sydney North Mission of the church. To date he was the last person to serve simutaneosly as mission president and general authority, though there are men w
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Spiritual Plateaus

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Safe Journey: An African Ad...

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Spiritual Revival

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“Into each of our lives come golden moments of adversity. This painful friend breaks our hearts, drops us to our knees, and makes us realize we are nothing without our Lord and Savior. This friend makes us plead all the night long for reassurance and into the next day and sometimes for weeks and months. But, ultimately, just as surely as the day follows the night, as we remain true and faithful, this strange friend, adversity, leads us straight into the outstretched arms of the Savior.”
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“I have always been impressed with the love and respect our Savior bestowed upon the women in His life. As we read about these associations, our focus is generally on what He taught them and the love and understanding He gave them. Have you ever considered the possibility that these women provided immense comfort to His burdened soul?”
Glenn L. Pace

“The memories seem to come in layers. For example, the first memory might be of incest; then they remember robes and candles; next they realize that their father or mother or both were present when they were being abused. Another layer will be the memory of seeing other people hurt and even killed. Then they remember having seen babies killed. Another layer is realizing that they participated in the sacrifices. One of the most painful memories may be that they even sacrificed their own baby. With each layer of memory comes another set of problems with which they must deal.

— Glenn L. Pace; "Ritualistic Child Abuse," memo”
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