Thousands of people nationwide have been spiritually uplifted by the Fireside lectures of L. Douglas Waldorf on The Legend of the White God in Virginia and Other Histories.
A woman from Silver Springs, Maryland said that her husband had worn out countless pairs of missionaries, but would still not join the church. After attending one of Brother L Douglas Waldorf's Fireside lectures, he said, "it all just came together" and he wanted to be baptized.
A woman from Jonesboro, Georgia, after receiving her endowment in the Atlanta Georgia Temple, left a note to "please tell Brother Doug Waldorf that I joined the church after hearing him speak at that fireside".
Following a Fireside lecture once, as people were shaking hands and making comments, a sister missionary of Navajo ancestry couldn't say anything so she just put her arms around Brother Doug Waldorf and cried.
One evening after a Fireside on The Legend of the White God in Virginia and Other Histories in Tremonton, Utah, a native-American brother waited until almost everyone else had gone. He approached Brother Doug Waldorf and said, "Now I know why I was prompted to come here tonight. When I heard about this fireside, my first thought was of some white man spreading a lot of garbage about Indians. I have been inactive in the church for years but now I know that I have to get my life in order, do the genealogy for my people and go to the Temple for them. God bless you brother".
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