Tag Archives: Joseph Smith

Seminary: The Boy Joseph

I’m into my second week of teaching Seminary and I feel like I was dropped into the deep end. Swimming in waves and waves of resources, tools and historical facts, figures, locations and stories… I worried: how on earth are we going to cover so much in so little time? And at 6am! What could […]

… in all patience and faith

On a number of occasions in the past few months, the subject of Joseph Smith- and by extension, the leadership of lay ministry- has come up as I’ve met with women in my stewardship, and other friends and acquaintances. I think on words uttered as a promise and warning from Moroni to Joseph at their […]

Seeking and receiving revelation

My Relief Society Presidency Secretary Elisabeth S. Weagel is someone I really look up to. Her scriptural knowledge and reverence for gospel principles inspires me a lot. I am grateful to be able to serve with her and learn from her gentle example. She sent me the talk she gave in church on Sunday, which […]