Sometimes when we have an idea we think it’s the best idea or the only idea. That’s not always the case though, correct? Continue reading
by Neil F. Marriott
Thank you Sister Marriott!
I admit, I am lousy at self-promotion. But these books may be my only retirement plan. So buy a book and keep me out of the poor house. Kidding/not kidding. Continue reading
Whatever happened to Danny Vaughn?
Man, I sure wish I knew. Continue reading
Does this really need an explanation?
As a quiet person I get tired of having my quietness pointed out as a flaw. Not all chatter is welcome, good, or helpful.
by Sharon Eubank
Critics who complain about women in the church being ‘second rate’ obviously have never done their homework. The beauty of this talk is that Sister Eubanks uses a talk from Spencer W. Kimball given nearly forty years ago. And President Kimball’s words are not dated one bit. Still very much true. Continue reading
After traversing through a difficult trial that tested the limits of my faith, a church leader read Doctrine and Covenants 112:24-26 to me. Whether he intended to have me read it as a warning because of the actions of others or my own actions I’m still unclear. But it did get me thinking about the verses and led to a personal study. Here are some of my thoughts on the subject of being deceived. Or rather, how I can avoid being deceived in the days that blur the line between fact and fiction, right and wrong, light and dark. Continue reading
I was driving home on a two-lane blacktop in Wyoming when I drove over a bridge. Down below was a river in a serene setting. I wished I could have taken the time to pull over and disconnect from the world for a couple of hours. The trouble? I don’t fish. I don’t like to eat fish. I don’t like the smell of fish. I will never be a fisher. Continue reading
by Elder Quentin L. Cook
And when it comes down to it, there is nothing really new under the sun. We may be waiting for some revelation that will demonstrate our faith. Some kind of call to action that will prove our worth. Continue reading