Mission Gossip

Mission Gossip

Once there were two missionary companions who enjoyed being together very much. Elder Bo and Elder Mo worked hard together, sharing triumphs and trials in equal measure. As they became better acquainted, they shared their experiences working with other missionaries in...
Missionaries: Email Your Mama!

Missionaries: Email Your Mama!

Saturday, I start getting excited for your email. On Monday: I start hopefully checking my email at 720a.m. I start anxiously checking at 8 a.m. I start worrying at 815a.m. I consider calling the mission office to find out if you’ve been hospitalized at 8:25 a.m.  ...
Choosing for Ourselves

Choosing for Ourselves

If you are a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, you are familiar with the premortal “War in Heaven”. It was all about choosing for ourselves. If you’re unfamiliar with it or need a refresher, here it is in a nutshell: Before this world...
Choose the Lord’s Way

Choose the Lord’s Way

Does the Lord care about the individual? I see how the Lord moves people and uses their experiences and strengths to bless others’ lives. These individuals are making a tremendous impact in the world around them.   But what about regular people?   Like me.   What...
Our Beloved Prophet’s Legacy

Our Beloved Prophet’s Legacy

Our beloved prophet, President Thomas S. Monson has passed away at the age of 90 years.   My youngest daughter cried at the news of his passing. He was our prophet for almost 10 years, she does not remember any other prophet. Of course, she loved him! We all did!...
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