I have heard this statement far too many times: “I’m only marrying a returned missionary.” I fear this is an incorrect and unholy thing to say.
Author Archives: jessicaspackman
Voting: It’s Not the Most Important Thing About You (or Anyone Else)
Frankly, who you vote for is not the most important or interesting thing about you—or anybody else. Thanks to revelation from God, we know we are so much more than that.
Change the World with a Prayer / Cambia el mundo con una oración
Prayer is how we can change not only our own lives, but the world. (La oración cambia no solo nuestras vidas sino también el mundo.)
When Has America Ever Been Great? – An Answer From a Christian Patriot
This isn’t about a presidential campaign; this is asking a real question.
A Rebuttal to “Modernized” Church Doctrine – Debunking False Teachings from BYU, Instagram, and More
We go through 4 examples of “modernized” Church doctrine, analyze where they go wrong, and discuss 4 ways to prepare against falling for the philosophies of men, mingled with scripture.
To God, We Are Babies – 4 Lessons from Parenting a New Baby
Nearly every day, my baby does something that makes me think of how God must see us, and she’s taught me many lessons about what it means to be a child of God.
BLM Is Anti-Christ
Please read to the end before you destroy me.
On Little Missions, Fighting Racism, and Why This Prolifer Quit Being a Live Action Ambassador
You were given a calling, or callings, for your life on Earth. They are causes about which you are passionate, ways for you to bring about good in the world. I call these “little missions.”
Jesus Solves All Problems: Racism, Police Brutality, Looting, Rioting
There are a lot of things we could—and should—do to solve our problems right now.
But I’m prioritizing this post. I’m putting my money where my mouth is and standing by this claim:
The most important thing we need right now is Jesus.
Don’t Be Afraid of the P Word – Why and How to Embrace Politics
I claim that we, as members of the Church, and especially as women in the Church, unjustly avoid politics when we should be using our political influence for good.
We have a responsibility to represent Him any chance we have and to use our influence for good, even at the cost of comfort.