Home and Visiting Teaching AB

10 Steps to Better Home and Visiting Teaching

The assigned High Council topic for this particular month was Rescue the Lost. The first five points are suggested ways for a family to help their home and visiting teachers be better at what they do. The second five points are characteristics of good rescuers, i.e. home and visiting teachers. In every rescue there are […]

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Life's Glories

Life’s Glories Fade Away

The title of this post sounds so dramatic, but it is, nonetheless correct. I play the organ in the temple every Saturday, and as I played Hymn #166, Abide With Me! the words of the second verse really struck home. I am at that time in my life when I am beginning to see that […]

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Struggle

Power Comes From Having to Struggle

Having to struggle for answers, for direction, or for inspiration has always been an annoyance to me. I have always been a fan of direct and complete information. When my children post on FaceBook and just say, “Crud,” I won’t even respond. I’m not about to start that whole prying for information thing. I figure […]

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