Category: patience

I Feel Sorry For Mean People

Reposted from Cheryl's personal blog and edited for clarity. I drive a ...

Into the Wilderness

I've been on a bit of a sabbatical for the past ...

How does the “World” teach me to be a Christian?

When I consider the cultures described in the scope of New ...

Change

Slowly drifting far away within the wood of bonded clay breaking bands with ...

Faith to Move Mowers

Summers in Texas are hot. The outdoors feel a bit like ...

Hiking and Life

This was written on September 4, 2012 and originally posted at ...

Choose Higher Ground

My missionary son wrote his first p-day letter Monday. It was ...

Not Pertinent to My Eternal Salvation

A few weeks ago I overheard a comment that has become ...

Called to Fall

Half a year and most of a lifetime ago our world ...

Gospel Friendship

President Gordon B. Hinckley said that every convert needs three things: ...

Enjoying the View

Please welcome Brenda Madore, who has published with us as a ...

Standing Still

The clock whispered its allure, tick, tick, tick. Like a marble ...

Healing

This last essay in our Peculiar Minds series is by Michelle. A ...

My Path Down the Rabbit Hole

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series is anonymously contributed. My wife ...

Understanding a Roommate with Schizophrenia

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series is written anonymously, with ...

Panic, OCD, Grandma, and Me

This essay is a part of our Peculiar Minds series. I learned ...

Understanding Asperger’s

Today's guest essay in our Peculiar Minds series is by Kathy ...

On Losing Our Religion

NPR ran a series recently called Losing Our Religion.  Jen posted ...

Spiritual ADD

Too often I find myself going through the following cycle: I discover ...

Public Dissent and Private Responsibility

My oldest daughter couldn't find a building for her young mothers ...

Growing Sin

I don’t like the word repent. Short and chopped at the ...

Praying for Charity

Please welcome Maria Farb, who is guest posting with us. “...pray unto ...

Motherhood – Service of the Highest Order

The most service I ever do is my day in and ...

A Fresh View of Repentance

The Bible Dictionary defines repentance as: "a change of mind, i.e., a ...

God is There. Somewhere.

The interesting thing about trials is that the ones we think ...

The Map: Imagine If

My second daughter is a senior in high school.  She wrote ...

A Storm of Anger

Lying here in the dark I hear the rumbling of a ...

Too Proud to be Served?

We had a flood.  It was a little flood really, at ...

Arriving Elsewhere

There is an ocean of ideas that flow through my writer’s ...

The Autumn of Our Lives

While driving through the mountains on a crisp beautiful autumn day, ...

Faith Enough to be Healed

Over 15 years ago I had the privilege of visiting teaching ...

Return and Bring Me Word

(Last week.) Once again, the supervisor has put off starting my son ...

My Pavilions

President Eyring's words from Sunday morning General Conference hit me right ...

The Driving Force of Parenting

My sixteen year old son is learning to drive.  He’s number ...

We cannot say, “I have no need of you”

21 And the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no ...

Four Good Reasons to Attend Church with Hypocrites

At church today I witnessed one of my fellow citizens in ...

Messengers from my Father

I could use a revelation. An angel would be good. The other ...

“If God Only Knew…”

All people face trials or tests of the divinity that is ...