Reboot

Reboot

Sometimes you just have to reset the status quo and start over. It’s like a reboot for your life.   Now maybe that sounds a little extreme, but on occasion, that strategy happens to be the only thing that really works. Let me provide a couple examples.   When I...
Bucket list

Bucket list

To accomplish one of your “bucket list” items is a noteworthy event. To do three in one week on the same trip is a bit of a miracle. That happened to me this week.   Kanarraville Falls   Kanarra Creek Trail – commonly referred to as Kanarraville Falls – is a very...
Battling Pornography

Battling Pornography

This topic should have been addressed ages ago in this column from the perspective of a man.   It’s a battle out there. There is no question about that. The war we need to mount to extinguish the pornography addiction cannot be overemphasized. Addressing the issue in...
The Unrecognized Sermon in Songs

The Unrecognized Sermon in Songs

I have been meaning to write this story for months. What was the hang-up? I am not exactly sure. Like we are taught in Ecclesiastes “To everything, there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” I suppose articles have their time and place as well....
General Conference- a gift

General Conference- a gift

In the recent General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elder Robert D. Hales said: “The greatest blessings of General Conference come to us after the conference is over.” I have found that to be true in my life. Pondering the messages...
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