I never really set out to be environmentally conscious–not that I don’t like the idea, of course, just that other priorities . . . well, took priority.
Lesson #8: Talking to Heavenly Father
Podcasts from the seminars sponsored by the Mormon Theology Seminar are now available online.
The Mormon Theology Seminar is beginning a seminar on Revelation 21-22.
Lesson #5: Jesus Made the Earth
Lesson #4: We Are Free to Choose
Lesson #3: Our Savior
This morning I woke up to find my youngest child wearing accurately-buttoned church clothes and eating a hot breakfast that he had made without help. He might as well have handed me a pink slip.
For the first time ever, I’ve read a defense of the anti-same-sex-marriage movement that didn’t make me cringe. HT: Nate Oman.
I’m taking a break from the Gospel Fundamentals FHEs this week; if you’re really clever, you’ll be able to reverse engineer what kind of problems are plaguing the Smith household this week.
I’m taking a break from the Gospel Fundamentals FHEs to do an Easter FHE next week and I’m posting this early because it requires a little prep work.
A few years ago, as I was waiting for a temple session to begin, I began flipping the pages of the Spanish language Bible in front of me.
Lesson #2: Our Life in Heaven
Can women offer the opening prayer in sacrament meeting?
Or, at least, most of Amazon’s best seller list.
I’ve decided to start a new series of FHE lessons based on the Gospel Fundamentals book.
Since more people are budget-minded these days, I thought I’d begin an occasional series of frugal ideas.
I was intrigued by Adam’s link: “Legitimacy is the most precious resource of the state and should not be frittered away like this.”
I’ve been thinking about this week’s Relief Society lesson.
This post is Janet’s fault.
The Church has a new website for youth, launched today.
If a story about football brought tears to my eyes, you know it’s gotta be good.
The psalms are prayers. And some of them are real doozies.
Your challenge: diagram the sacrament prayers.
Since I was rather critical of an Ensign article on the Word of Wisdom earlier this year, I feel obligated to point out that this month’s article on the Word of Wisdom is a much better piece.
Previous installments can be accessed through this link.
Is anyone else just the teeniest bit bothered that the government wants to lend two trillion of our dollars but will not tell us to whom they are lending it or what kind of collateral they have?