Two days ago, I posted on Facebook a photo of my mother with Church leaders in front of the Church on Tamana, in the 1960s. Tamana is a remote island in the Pacific, less than two square miles in area. It seems almost inconceivable that they built such a Church there. I was stunned by the response to my post. I since received well over 100 notifications from Facebook, including a dozen or more friend requests, and various messages. A playmate of mine on Tamana turned up, and the grandson of a man chiefly involved in raising the Church, as well as relatives of some of those pictured in the photo.