President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles taught that “family history work has the power to do something for the dead. It has an equal power to do something to the living. Family history work . . . has a refining, spiritualizing, tempering influence on those who are engaged in it” (“Your Family History: Getting Started,” Ensign, Aug. 2003, 17).
Few examples are more powerful than the experience of Stephen Jezek, who struggled for many years with numerous addictions and was able to overcome them through faithful obedience to the commandments and a commitment to indexing. Learn about his touching story in this new video.