When you are in the messy middle, there is one sure path to take.
I have been thinking about the faith our pioneer ancestors had. I have several ancestors that were in Nauvoo at the time the Prophet, Joseph Smith, was martyred. One of them is Julia Ann Taylor. Her husband was asked to lead a handcart company headed to Utah. I thought of her bringing small children across
As a mother of five kids, one of my favorite words is “Obedience.” I find myself preaching about this concept most days, however, it seems my sermons fall on deaf ears. I have a few “standard lectures” on the topic and I think they are pretty catchy. My kids must think they are good because
A mom, proving that it is possible to follow your dreams and raise 6 amazing kids as she puts her trust in the Lord and His plan for her. A young women’s leader who recognized a need and held the space for me in my grief, not necessarily saying anything but allowing me to just
“Am I the woman I think I am, the woman I want to be? More importantly, am I the woman the Savior needs me to be?” (Sheri Dew, ‘Are You the Woman I Think You Are?’) Lately, I have been intrigued by this question of self reflection. There are many facets to it and ultimately,
I choose Team Jesus. Because I can’t see what’s coming and I have experienced how He prepares me, I choose team Jesus. He has “proved it in days that are past” and I experience Him providing for me anytime I come to Him. When I pray I know that He provides the blessings and opportunities.
As I have pondered about Christ this Easter season, my heart has once again been full of gratitude for His life. He spent His entire life in service of others, ultimately giving His life for our salvation. D&C 88:15 states, “And the spirit and the body are the soul of man.” This speaks to the