Cordell and Miriam Crawford

Cordell and Miriam Crawford

Cordell Hull Crawford joined the Church when he was nineteen. He married his high school sweetheart, Miriam, and they are the parents of eight children with 24 grandchildren. Brother Crawford is a retired biology and chemistry teacher, high school principal, and Director of Special School Projects. He has served as a bishop in the McMinnville and Altamont wards, a counselor in the Chattanooga and McMinnville stake presidencies, a counselor to three mission presidents, and as president of the McMinnville TN stake. He is now serving as President of the Nashville Tennessee Temple.

Miriam Elaine Hitchcock Crawford is a life-long member of the Church. She and her husband were sealed in the Provo temple in 1972. She is Nanna to 24 grandchildren. Sister Crawford graduated from Tennessee Technological University and has operated a tax preparation service for 40 years. Her church callings have included ward Relief Society and Young Women president, seminary teacher for seven years and stake seminary supervisor for ten. She has also been a Young Women's camp "first year cabin mom" for more than twenty years and is now serving as the Matron of the Nashville Tennessee Temple.

All Sessions by Cordell and Miriam Crawford

Youth Retreat Day 1 May 12, 2022
4:00 pm - 4:50 pm

The Importance of Family History and Temple Work in the Last Days (Cordell and Miriam Crawford)

As we see the world swirling with confusion and people living in chaos, we find ourselves searching for peace and ways to bring our families closer together.

As we take time to step away from the world and enter the doors of the temple, we find the peace we are searching for.

As we purposefully search out our ancestors and bind them to us eternally, we strengthen our faith and build our family relationships with those we see and love everyday and extend that strength to our family that has gone before us and those who are yet to come.

Join us as we discuss the Importance of Family History and Temple Work in the Last Days.

Tennessee Retreat Day 1 May 12, 2022
4:00 pm - 4:50 pm

The Importance of Family History and Temple Work in the Last Days (Cordell and Miriam Crawford)

Adult Tent

As we see the world swirling with confusion and people living in chaos, we find ourselves searching for peace and ways to bring our families closer together.

As we take time to step away from the world and enter the doors of the temple, we find the peace we are searching for.

As we purposefully search out our ancestors and bind them to us eternally, we strengthen our faith and build our family relationships with those we see and love everyday and extend that strength to our family that has gone before us and those who are yet to come.

Join us as we discuss the Importance of Family History and Temple Work in the Last Days.