If you know anything about Mormons, you should know we are not only strong believers of Christ, have a worldwide Church that is the only true Church on the face of our big blue and green earth, but Mormons are also highly educated with three renowned Universities, one college and dozens of many great programs … More Pathway Program
During Stake Conference a few months ago, Elder Hymas of the 70 was presiding at our stake center. He taught about many great things, one of them being the importance of Family Home Evening. I got nervous as he kept pulling people from the audience to walk in front of the pulpit to ask them … More FAMILY HOME EVENING FOR ALL
Scriptures teach us that we are agents unto ourselves meaning that we have divine capability for Heavenly Father to make choices of our own without force, enticement and always with an end result of good or bad. It seems like we are living in times where people only care about themselves, their feelings and their … More The Christ-Like challenge
We are constantly hearing about the kind of world we live in. That is this or that, too much of one thing or too little of another. Well, I think that is a good thing that we are well-balanced on thing that are going on and where we should stand with the world’s opposing views. Really, … More Color Blind
History is the quintessential knowledge to all humans that should help us perform towards perfection in the future. The present is the act of that knowledge, but at times when we bring up the worst in our past it only damages our present and the outcome of the next generation. Religion has played a vital role in … More Freedom of Religion, Freedom to Live
Have you ever thought about the importance of change or why change is even necessary? Read on and see why. … More Change?… Why?
I been giving this topic a lot of thought. What struck this idea came from the question of why do people either not progress in the gospel or struggle with some many things within the Gospel of Christ. As I pondered more and more I reflected on my own growth and struggles. I had to … More Keeping the Gospel V.S Living The Gospel
Now that we have introduced a new year with lots of food, family time and many, many overplayed Christmas and holiday music, we can simply take the time to sit and ponder on 20-14 about the things we accomplished. That’s right, a whole year, what have your learned? What have you accomplished? I’m sure a … More Hello New Years, I want to be the best in your future.
A little over two years ago I finished my two wonderful years as a missionary and began my life as a member of the church. My mission has meant everything to me. It taught me how to learn, how to serve, how to give, how to see things how the really are, how to care … More “Where is God?”
Just last week my parents invited my wife and I to join them in a Thanksgiving celebration at their church building. The room was filled with the seasons decorations of all kinds. Men, women, boys and girls dress up as pilgrims and a few indians and some as, Pioneers? Needless to say I felt the … More Pilgrims and Pioneers