I’m not referring to physical altercations with another person. No, this is a fight within that no one else will witness. I might be generalizing a bit here based on my own experience but I feel like the days of passive faith are over. We’re either in or out. Fence sitters need to fall to one side or the other. And just because you choose a side doesn’t mean you are safe. There may come a day when you will need to fight to keep your faith.
by Elder Neil L. Andersen
As I mentioned previously, the calling of a new prophet puts a lot of focus on the prophet. Not just the man now serving in that calling but also the word itself. What is a prophet? Continue reading
How many trees do you see? I don’t have an answer for you. Continue reading
I forgive you I practiced.
I forgive you I rehearsed. Continue reading
Little Orphan Annie may have assured us that the sun will come out tomorrow but we all know that isn’t necessarily true. Continue reading
by Elder Gary E. Stevenson
Solemn Assembly presented by President Henry B. Eyring
This was the first conference since the transition of presidents. President Monson passed away in January and President Nelson is now president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and prophet to the world. Continue reading
Not everyone likes the vibe of a small town. Although I argue the point that the majority of us live in small communities. Even when I lived in big cities I still lived in rather small communities. I lived, shopped, and spent my leisurely down time within a few block radius. There will be those that refute my point but I maintain it for the majority of people. There is something about a community feel. Continue reading
I’m pretty sure I’m a goner.
It happened rather suddenly.
I was fine, feeling okay,
until I felt something above the knee. Continue reading
I overheard the common compliment “How do you find the time?” Continue reading
by Elder Larry J. Echo Hawk
and Elder Lynn G. Robbins
Due to space and time, I am combining two talks in this post.
When I watched conference last April I thought one of the major themes was forgiveness. I was surprised when I received my Ensign and looked at the topic guide in the front of the issue and discovered it wasn’t as big of theme as I thought it was. In fact, only three talks were linked to the topic. Obviously, it was a personal message I needed to hear. Continue reading