“It would be a fine thing if parents would have in every bedroom in their house a temple so their children from the time they are infants could look every day until it becomes a part of their lives. When they reach the age that they need to make the very important decision concerning going to the temple, it will have already been made.”
-President Spencer W. Kimball
About Temple In Mind
We are Temple In Mind.
Our mission is in the name!
We love temples, and we know you do too. The temple and the sacred ordinances performed there are central to our faith. Temples are, quite plainly, the bedrock upon which we build our lives, our families, and our personal ministries on this earth.
Gazing upon the House of the Lord reminds us of the simple phrase: Choose the Right. That admonition has carried us from primary classrooms to youth activities, from missions around the world to the homes where FHE lessons are taught, meals are shared, and personal revelation thrives.
This powerful reminder turns us back to temples time and time again, and gives us the strength to carry on through the best and worst of times. It is a tradition that is sacred to our company, and it is the foundation of what we do today.
We love temples, and what they represent, so we’re bringing them straight into our home and yours with a collection of timeless, unique items to help keep your home centered around what really matters. Here at Temple In Mind, we have something for everyone and every occasion – from baptisms to temple ordinances – and we hope you’ll be as excited as we are to help light the world with items that truly keep temples in mind.
As we enter through the doors of the temple, we leave behind us the distractions and confusion of the world. Inside this sacred sanctuary, we find beauty and order. There is rest for our souls and a respite from the cares of our lives.
-President Thomas S. Monson
Under the definition of “Temple” in the Bible Dictionary, we read the following: “It is the most holy of any place of worship on the earth,” followed by this insightful statement: “Only the home can compare with the temple in sacredness.” For me this suggests a sacred relationship between the temple and the home. Not only can we turn the doors of our homes to the temple, or the house of the Lord; we can make our homes a “house of the Lord.”
-Elder Gary E. Stevenson
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- Temple In Mind Staff
575 E. University PKWY Suite E78 Orem, Utah 84097