I don’t do boredom well. If I’m bored everyone near me will suffer. Just a warning. Continue reading
by Bishop Gérald Caussé
I have shared this before but it’s been awhile. And it’s one of my favorite examples.
When my brother was called to serve as a bishop he asked several esteemed friends for advice. Out of all the wise advice he was given by leaders and former leaders on the ward and stake level in church the advice he most often recited came from our dad. In essence, dad told my brother it’s about the people. Continue reading
I enjoy a crisp apple. The fall provides lots of temptations with apple trees in yards but I resist the urge. Even when the apple tree is being weighed down with fruit. Continue reading
They were called
to Zion’s Camp, Zion’s Camp.
as Zion’s Camp, Zion’s Camp. Continue reading
Isn’t it nice to know someone thinks enough of you to mention you in their prayers? I think so.
by Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Just before I read this conference address for my morning study, I read 1 Nephi 18. Two words stuck out at me as I read Nephi: forget and remember. Then I read this talk by Elder Uchtdorf and the thought occurred to me to “remember to behold the Man today.” So when I offered my morning prayer I asked for help with this goal. Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to spend a week with my niece Bubba and her family. Her family currently consists her husband – S, their three year old son- Lil B (who will turn four next month), their two year old daughter – Lil K (who was one week away from her 2nd birthday during my visit), and their son – H who, if he follows his siblings’ trend of being born before their due date, will be born in December. A cute little family and I had a fun time. The soon-to-be two year old taught me a valuable lesson and made me realize that sometimes we adults still might act like overgrown toddlers. Continue reading
If I had known today
that this was going to be
the very last day of summer
I would have treated it differently. Continue reading
by Jean B. Bingham
In the end (and we are nowhere near the end of discussing this topic), the most compelling example anyone can give is of the Savior Himself. Look to Jesus, He will show you the way on how to minister. He is, of course, the perfect minister. Continue reading