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    Why should we want to be great missionaries? It’s not often that we hear a story in Sacrament Meeting about an atheist. But, last Sunday I shared one. We must be missionaries. We must share the gospel because it is a responsibility that our Lord has given us. And...because we love our neighbors.

    Through a recent experience, I learned the difference between sympathy, a human characteristic, and compassion, a Christ-like one. In this article, I describe the experience, and explain the difference.

    Surviving economic failure with self respect and kindness.

    An article I wrote about the Word of Wisdom and how modern day society continues to agree.

    Let's take a moment to salute the women who have to be part Drill Sargent, SNL Cast Member, Multilingual Interpreter, and Warshack Tester to pull off the annual Primary Program.

    Children are extremely perceptive in picking up the emphasis, or priority, of our homes and lifestyles, however subtle it may be. Think for a moment and be honest with yourself — how do you stress such things as education, music, sports, vacations, fun times, traditions, clean houses, good food, and material possessions?

    In this poem, beloved Mormon poet Eliza R. Snow encouraged the downtrodden saints of her day to lift up their hearts and rejoice in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Her message of hope and courage likewise calls to us as we face the modern battles of today.

    Certainly in a world where our children are surrounded by evil influences and are confronted by temptations at every turn, the promise of such divine protection for them brings hope and reassurance.

    The intent of this outline on the California Constitutional Marriage Amendment is to equip and empower those who revere the family as the sacred, fundamental unit of society so that they can engage articulately and persuasively in the conversation.  Please read the entire document and take any action you deem appropriate.

    A former High School friend, who I ran into recently and later saw all of the Prop 8 propaganda on my Facebook account, asked me about my views on the issue. We have been emailing back and forth since.

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