When I was younger, I thought plans were restrictive. Why divide life up by plans? Plans that if not achieved only led to disappointment and frustration. What a naive girl I was back then.Continue reading
What is a house for? I visited Mesa Verde in southern Colorado and learned about that area’s Native Americans and their move to houses. I was surprised humans learned how to dwell in houses. It seems like an instinctual process to build a shelter. But apparently, it’s not. At least, not for some. Once this particular group of people moved to shelters they left some pretty hardy dwellings behind.Continue reading
Again, for those in the cheap seats, UNITY is the goal. Married couples are on the same team working for the same purpose. One spouse is not a coach or general manager but a team member. While members of a team may perform different functions, all are important to contributing to a winning team.Continue reading
No, it is not the first time a non-general authority or one serving in a general leadership has spoken in conference. But it’s been awhile. Youth speakers in General Conference, how about that?Continue reading
by Quentin L. Cook
Years ago, when I moved back to my hometown and farther away from a temple, I decided to make temple attendance a goal. For some reason, I waited until I was 100 miles away from a temple to attend the temple once a month. It’s not easy. It usually takes up a whole Saturday.
by Ronald A. Rasband
Picture Moses. You’re thinking he looks a lot of Charlton Heston, aren’t you? You’re probably picturing him either parting the Red Sea or receiving the Ten Commandments. Those are great images of him.
But I want you to picture him on a hill, watching a battle between Amalek and Israel with his arms outstretched. When he lowered his arms, Amalek began overpowering Israel. As long as he kept his arms stretched out, Israel prevailed.