Imagine being called as a prophet of God. Your life’s work is to turn people to God to find a better way of life. Usually prophets have to remind (constantly) the people of their time of certain weaknesses or road blocks that prevent them from coming to God. Moses broke it down into 10 basic rules to help his people. Elijah told people not to worship other Gods. You get the idea.Continue reading
A quote I liked from October 2019’s General Conference. As usual, the meme makers went crazy during Elder Uchtdorf’s talk. There is probably already a meme with this quote but I wanted to make my own. Photo taken at Togwotee Pass in Wyoming. Continue reading
Due to space and time, all talks from Saturday’s General Priesthood Session have been combined.
I realize the Book of Mormon war chapters are not an easy read. My personal experience with them started with excitement and then faded to “Why don’t they ever learn?” In my opinion, they are some of the most easy applicable to our day. They contain great lessons and important warnings for us. Continue reading
There is an acronym used by writers as a reminder to improve writing. It is pretty well known, even Judge Judy quoted it. It is KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. Since it also works well with the gospel and teaching doctrine I have modified it to Keep It Simple Saint. Or if I’m teaching Relief Society Keep It Simple Sister. Continue reading
When I think of casual I think of casual Fridays. They are a treat and we love them because we get to lower our normal office dress standard. We get to go to work comfortable and who doesn’t appreciate being comfortable? Continue reading
A quote attributed to Galileo goes like this, “You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself.” We only learn what we are receptive to learning. Basically, we learn what we want to learn. Continue reading
Elder Gary B. Sabin
Not sure how many ways they can say it. It’s basically the same message of ‘how to be a disciple in our day and age.’ A handy reference guide for us. Continue reading
by Bonnie L. Oscarson
Sister Oscarson speaks in a way I understand. I love how candid she is and there is no doubt she is aware and up to date on current issues. Continue reading
by Cheryl A. Esplin
There are a few reasons why I attend church every Sunday. Don’t get me wrong – it is not an easy thing for somebody with social anxiety to attend 3 hours of something totally out of my comfort zone. But I do. The most important reason is explained in the following link.