Tag Archives: Mormon

Sustaining a prophet in my dining room

Over Conference weekend I found myself buried under a pile of work that I wanted to catch up on. I’d resolved to store general conference sessions up so that I¬†might make my usual pilgrimage the next day: I’d listen to the sessions as I wandered through art museums, searching for those paintings that depicted the […]

1 Nephi 1-3

Study Question: What do you admire most about Nephi? Summary: Lehi prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem and the future of the Book of Mormon. The Lord instructs Lehi to leave Jerusalem with his family; the Lord will deliver them to a Promised Land. In the wilderness, the Lord instructs Lehi that his sons must return […]

The Book of Mormon and Me: launching our 85 day reading challenge

One of the many annoying habits I am cursed with is that I like to sneak a peek at the last few pages of a book before I start to read it. I think I get a kick out of it because I feel like it gives me some kind of control in a world […]

Navigating Through the Wilderness

I recently gave a presidency lesson in our Relief Society. I like giving presidency lessons because its a great opportunity to tap into the group as a whole and give them what I know they need- that’s the awesome power of the mantle; I don’t necessarily understand how it’s possible to know so much and […]