Caring for the Poor

I took the train into the city today for a conference for work. On the way out of town on the light rail to the train station, I happened to find myself standing next to a homeless man. He was older — gray-haired, gray beard. He wasn’t wearing anything more than a hoodie to keep … More Caring for the Poor

Five for Grandma

A couple of weeks ago an old friend from high school posted on Facebook about a need for his company wanting people to come in and help with a campaign for cancer. My friend works for Qualtrics, the company that is currently the patch sponsor for the Utah Jazz with the cancer charity, Five for … More Five for Grandma

Ten Years Later

Today has been a very unplanned, hectic day. Once the dust finally settled and I could start thinking to myself again, I realized that today marks ten years of membership for me in the Church. On May 12, 2007 at 12pm Pacific time, I was baptized. My life was changed for good, forever. So since … More Ten Years Later