Jenny is back today talking with Dennis Schleicher, author of “Is He Nuts: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ.” Jenny talks with…
For 30 days, Muslims around the world do not eat from dawn to dusk, pray intensely, donate to charities and service to their community and gather for nightly feasts to break the fast.
The account of the blind man who is healed by Jesus at the Pool of Siloam is a beautiful story that can teach us of the power of the Savior to likewise give us light and healing in our own daily struggles. According to the Gospel of John, we are told that the blind man was healed following the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot. Jesus appears to use the feast and this miracle to help teach of His divinity.
The Auburn Athletics Department honored the best in athletic and academic achievement for teams and individuals during the 2017-2018 season at its glitzy AUSPYs award program inside the Auburn Arena…
Don’t let deliverance from affliction overshadow visitation in affliction
This is a step in the right direction.
It’s New Years time again. That introspective time where we reflect over the past year and resolve that this year we are surely, most definitely going to start that novel, get that promotion, pay off that credit card, and lose that gut. Oh yeah, and world peace. But if we could add one more goal to our list, let’s add this one: to be more like Captain Moroni and never compromise with evil.
In this post, the Nephites from the war chapters teach us about how to recognize and filter out the spiritual poison that we often encounter in our daily lives.
RADIOWEST talking Millennials and Mormonism.
After visiting the actual Walden, I read Thoreau’s book of the same name, in which he says, “To a philosopher, all news, as it is called, is gossip, and they…