…the parched land shall become a pool, and the thirsty lands springs of water…(Isaiah 35:7)

Big Can of Worms

I really hate to bring this up, because experience has shown that I invariably offend people with this topic. I will disclaim right up front that nothing I say here is intended to be a criticism of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or its leaders, general or local. Some of you will […]

Something the Lord Made

I’m unavoidably alone tonight on Monday. It being Family Home Evening, I figure that if I’m going to write, it should be something about family. That’s easy today given the three days I’ve just experienced. 1 person likes this post. Like Unlike

Don’t Tell Me to Shut Up

Warning: If you are triggered or otherwise bothered by frank discussions about childhood sexual abuse, pass this post by.   Nothing annoys me more than being told I can’t talk. Being talked over or any other form of suppressing my self-expression has the same negative effect on me. I recently cam to understand not only […]

Bloggernacle Samples – 4/3/09

Here are a few interesting posts from other Mormon blogs relevant to this site: What should I do? My husband is homosexual. What should I do? My husband is homosexual – part 2. Why is no one addressing the issue of women watching pornography? More Data On Anti-Depressant Use In Utah Feel free to respond […]

Straw, Sticks, and Bricks

We all remember the story of the three little pigs, don’t we? They were being stalked by the big, bad wolf and each little pig built himself a house to keep the wolf out. The first one built his house out of straw. The wolf blew it over with a breath. The second one built […]

My Greater Responsibility

Many years ago, before my sons served missions, the ward where we lived had a very dedicated corps of Young Men leaders. I was impressed by their sincerity and their desire to prepare young men, including my sons, to serve missions. Their devotion to their callings was making a favorable impact on many young men. […]