Brother Jerry Valenti

Brother Jerry lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with wife Sister Pat and daughter Maria.

Day Job: Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ.

Favorite Scripture: The four gospels and The Book of Mormon.

Articles by Brother Jerry Valenti

The Father’s Business

The Father’s Business

In the previous article, we left off with 12-year-old Jesus on His own in Jerusalem while His parents are frantically looking for Him.  Well, of course, they do find Him—in...

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Don’t Leave Jesus Behind

Don’t Leave Jesus Behind

Each year (other than the past year) The Church of Jesus Christ holds annual or semi-annual events, such as campout or conference, which offer the opportunity for our members to...

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Where God Wants You to Be

Where God Wants You to Be

After the visit of the wise men, the Lord instructs Joseph to take his wife and the young child, Jesus, and relocate from Bethlehem to Egypt. Joseph follows this instruction and,...

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Does It Really Say That?

Does It Really Say That?

Picture a classic nativity scene. It's easy to envision the baby Jesus in the manger with Mary and Joseph nearby. On one side of the family, you can see the shepherds who have...

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Hear, Do, See, Tell

Hear, Do, See, Tell

Today's article is part of Brother Jerry's series on the Life of Jesus.  After the angel of the Lord and the heavenly host announce the birth of Jesus, they return to...

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Peace on Earth

Peace on Earth

Today's article is part of Brother Jerry Valenti's series on the Life of Jesus. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying,...

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Joy to the World

Joy to the World

Today's article is part of Brother Jerry Valenti's series on the Life of Jesus. Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born...

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No Room in the Inn

No Room in the Inn

Today's article is part of Brother Jerry Valenti's series on the life of Jesus. "And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a...

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