How often do you feel like you are just not cutting it? Have you ever felt like you are not doing enough, or not meeting the expectations of others? Perhaps you feel a bit like Nephi from the Book of Helaman. You’ll remember his story. [Read more…]
When all else fails, just ask yourself, “What else matters?”. The meaning behind this simple question is so life changing and so profound, yet it was taught to me by a little old lady in Australia. [Read more…]
What’s with today’s LDS youth? We used to compare our youth to Helaman’s mighty Stripling Warriors, but that doesn’t quite work anymore. Something about them makes them completely unique to any other previous generation of Young Men and Young Women. A new comparison is in order. [Read more…]
As a dad raising kids in 2018, I can’t help but feel the way Joseph Smith’s dad must have felt while he was raising kids way back in the early 1800’s. Despite what I lack, maybe I’ll get my kids in the right place at the right time.
Weak from hunger and exhaustion, members of the Willie company started from the base of Rocky Ridge early on the morning of October 23. William and Jane James, along with their children, started a little bit later because William and his oldest son, 14-year-old Reuben, helped bury two people who had died the previous day. Soon after the burial service, daughter Sarah James, age 19, led five younger siblings ahead to catch up with the rest of the company. They pulled the family’s lighter handcart. [Read more…]