My Best Visiting Teaching Experience

My Best Visiting Teaching Experience

When I was a young mother, the Relief Society was rearranging all of the visiting teaching.  I was assigned a new partner, Belinda, who was older than me and had been divorced and remarried. I didn’t think we’d have anything common. And two of the three sisters that we were assigned to seemed to have lots of problems- emotional, physical, social, and financial. They both had gruff personalities that left me intimidated and even a little frightened.

ABC in Proclaiming the Gospel

ABC in Proclaiming the Gospel

What is the ABC in proclaiming the gospel? It’s a rather simple yet deep concept. Always Be Christlike in proclaiming the gospel. Most people simply think of this idea as being respectful and kind to those you share the gospel with. In their views, being Christlike is...
Pressing the Reset Button: New Year, New Life 3 of 3

Pressing the Reset Button: New Year, New Life 3 of 3

For previous posts visit: 1 of 3: http://ldsblogs.com/17514/pressing-the-reset-button-1 2 of 3: http://ldsblogs.com/18105/pressing-reset-button-new-year-new-life-goals-part-2-3\ In our last two installments of this series we discussed different essential elements that...
Become a Volunteer LDS Gospel Blogger

Become a Volunteer LDS Gospel Blogger

LDSBlogs.com (this website) is looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and passionate volunteer bloggers.   Elder Neil L. Anderson said:   “For those using the Internet and mobile phones, there are new ways to invite others to ‘come and see.’ Let’s make sharing...
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