Near the coast of Mexico’s isthmus, the gleaming Villahermosa Mexico Temple is surrounded by the tropical foliage of the temple grounds. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from the state of Tabasco attend the temple to worship God and grow in their understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Made of Blanco Guardiano white marble, this 10,700-square-foot rectangular structure has a tiered spire topped with a gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni, a prophet from the Book of Mormon. Circular designs decorate the exterior; they appear in the windows and are carved into the marble surface. A gorgeous ceiba tree graces the beautiful 1.73-acre grounds. The ceiba tree has cultural significance in Mexico, as Mayans believed that a ceiba tree grew at the center of the earth and that the vines of the tree connected the earth with heaven.
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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