Study the Scriptures in Greek & Hebrew the Easy Way


Even a little knowledge of Hebrew and Greek can enhance your understanding of the scriptures, bringing you closer to comprehending their meaning. There are online tools that offer the chance to dive into a deeper study and potentially learn the original scripture languages in the process. John Dyer of the Dallas Theological Seminary has created… Read More

The Power of Questions 2: The Golden If/Then Question


This is post #2 of 2 in the series “Power of Questions” The previous article in this series covered how to use closed-ended questions to discover a problem, when you had a clear understanding of the steps the person needs to take to progress, repent, or otherwise better themselves and their life. But what about… Read More

Using Asana to Manage Your Ward or Auxiliary – MLH Live Hangout #3


Previously I posted about using the excellent, free, “Getting Things Done” tool, Asana, in your ward or other church-related organization. Today, I interviewed Bishops & MLH-contributors Jeff VanDrimmelen and Kurt Francom about how they’re using Asana to better organize their Bishopric’s, ward council’s, and auxiliaries. Both told me (and those viewing the live broadcast) about how… Read More

How to Amass 250GB+ of FREE DropBox-Like Cloud Storage with Copy


This will only take you $25 (or less) and 2hrs time (or less), and save you potentially hundreds or even thousands of dollars over the years, vs paying for backup or cloud-sync storage. Limited Time Opportunity The key here is Copy, a new DrobBox-like service that’s trying to grow it’s userbase quickly and virally. They’re… Read More

Use ‘Amazon Mom’ to Automate & Save on Diapers & Family Essentials


I just stumbled across Amazon Mom the other day. No, Amazon Mom is not a super-warrior mother of other warrior women, it’s a program Amazon offer’s targeted at mothers or anyone who is responsible for buying diapers and other essentials for babies and young children. Basically, you put diapers, wipes, and other items you might… Read More

The Power of Questions 1: Finding the Problem by Questioning the Basics


This is post #1 of 2 in the series “Power of Questions” The Power of Close-Ended Questions In lots of situations we’re taught that we need to use “open-ended” questions. Meaning questions that can’t result in a “yes” or a “no” answer. Close-ended: “do you like chocolate?” Open-ended: “how do you feel about chocolate?” Open-ended… Read More