Faith and Religion

Living a Consecrated Life

I was very touched by the lesson scheduled for visiting teaching this month. I think that it was perfectly timed because I have been studying abundance and consecration in my […]

Abundance and Need

A couple of months ago, I decided to change how I read the scriptures. For years, I have plowed through the standard works chapter by chapter. After reading some talks […]

"Why We Cheat"

Sometimes, I succumb to the urge to click on random headlines that catch my interest. In this case, I think I was really hoping for more of a scientific answer, but […]

Why do You Call Me Lord?

A year or two ago, I began going back through the old conference addresses that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints hosts on its website. Essentially, I added […]

What Are You Afraid of?

I was reading one of President Uchtdorf’s talks from the April 2017 general conference. As I read, a profound perspective change opened up a brand new idea to me. I […]

What's my Stewardship Here?

In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes the limits of our stewardship is clear. For instance, my current calling (church duty) is as the Stake Music Chair. […]

Walking the Talk

This is a post that has been a long time in coming. I’m still surprised at how I got here, and I have no clear idea of where I’m going […]

Maybe It's Not a Slam

“If You Could Hie to Kolob” is one of the more difficult hymns in the LDS hymnal — at least in my opinion. Singing the notes isn’t too bad, the […]