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
Al Fox Carraway recently released a new book, this time co-authored with her husband, Ben, entitled Cheers to Eternity. Having thoroughly enjoyed Al’s last book, More Than the Tattooed Mormon, I was anxious to dive in to this new addition to her collection of publications. The book begins with a little conversational background dialogue between … More Book Review – Cheers to Eternity
Following are the remarks I shared in church today on the topic of the Second Article of Faith. When Adam and Eve were placed in the Garden of Eden, the environment in which they lived was very different than the world we live in today. They lived in ignorance, not knowing the differences between the … More The Second Article of Faith
I discovered a short video where a group of individuals recreate a scale model of our solar system, where the earth is the size of a small marble. To put such a model into perspective with an earth that size, the entire solar system that we belong to measured in diameter seven miles. Seven. Miles.