For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been motivated to finish reading the Book of Mormon. Since I started studying it, friends would always mention how many times they’ve been through it, and it was a big deal to me the first time I had finished it. To this day, that has always … More Quality over Quantity
One of the things I love most about my faith is that I’m always learning new things. I love to hear different opinions and perspectives from others. I think that’s why the Church’s curriculum is mostly repetitive, but the teachers are constantly changing. And that’s a good thing for sure. During the week I try … More Always Learning
Saturday Afternoon Session Presiding – Henry B. Eyring Conducting – Dieter F. Uchtdorf Opening Hymn – Come Ye Children of the Lord Opening Prayer – Lawrence E. Corbridge Gary E. Stevenson – Quorum of Twelve Apostles Spiritual eclipses – minor and troublesome obstructions to the light of the gospel. Success in life ins’t measure in … More October 2017 General Conference Notes – Saturday Afternoon Session
A recent article published by the Washington Post induced an inner jaw drop/“you’ve got to be kidding me” reaction. The article is titled, “It turns out parenthood is worse than divorce, unemployment — even the death of a partner.” Did your jaw drop? Parenthood: worse than divorce. Worse than unemployment. Worse than the death of … More Is Parenthood Worse Than Death?
Very early in the Book of Mormon, Lehi the prophet has a vision. He sees “a tree, whose fruit was desirable to make one happy.” This tree lies at the end of a path marked by a rod of iron. Lehi makes his way down the path, holding fast to a rod of iron because … More The Pride of the World