I had the most wonderful opportunity last weekend to take a hike with my oldest and my youngest. There is an 18 year span but you would never know it as they are close. This hike was on Camelback Mountain: one of the most popular places to hike in Phoenix, Arizona.
With all the political drama from the news and several winter storms passing through our country, we need a little lighthearted pick up as daylight saving time starts and we move into spring. Sometime we need a break from the world and cannot always get away because of our situations.
One of the most important, if not the most important aspect of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the Atonement. Adam fell. We know he did this. He needed to so mankind could come to the earth. To help us get back to our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ sacrificed Himself for us so we can be forgiven of our sins.
When Tragedy Strikes
Question: What is one thing we can take with us after we leave this earth? Answer: Knowledge. It is one of the few things on the list we can take with us to heaven. (ok, the other things are developed virtues and family/friend relationships).
For thousands of years, philosophers, suitors, admirers and even spouses have questioned the idea of love. On this Valentine’s Day, when commercials advertise buying jewelry, flowers and sending cards to our sweethearts, which is all good by the way, some of us want a deeper, more durable love which will last a life time.