Don’t worry, this isn’t a post about how I’m pregnant!—just why. (A sequel to “The Right Time to Have Kids”)
When I told a friend about how overwhelmed I felt about my new calling, she chuckled. “You said you wanted a calling!”
She was right. I had prayed for this for a year and a half, and I got what I asked for.
Feeling overwhelmed and unsure about how to study Come, Follow Me AND the Book of Mormon—and everything else? Read on to raise your vision and get some help as you choose an attainable scripture study plan.
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.
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.
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.)
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.
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.
There are so many problems in the world to solve! How can one choose between all the charitable causes available?
“No, thank you, I’ll pass. I brought my own snacks.”
I wasn’t always so confident. My health journey has taken me a long way, and it continues today.