Tag: Featured

  • Choosing to Be of Good Cheer

    Choosing to Be of Good Cheer

    We are, or at least should be, a people of vision and faith. President Eyring, in the October 2017 General Conference shared that “it takes faith to believe that the resurrected Lord is watching over the daily details of His kingdom. It takes faith to believe that He calls imperfect people into positions of trust. […]

  • Ministering in Our Day

    Ministering in Our Day

    A few short weeks ago, the leadership of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a change in the way we minister to one another.  They completely did away with the “program” or what we used to call Home Teaching and Visiting Teaching.  Home and Visiting Teaching essentially administered our ministering efforts and I […]

  • Fathers Don’t Stand Alone

    Fathers Don’t Stand Alone

    Before I begin, I want to make perfectly clear that nothing I’m sharing is intended to take anything at all away from being a woman and mother. That said, my comments are focused in large part on men and fathers but the counsel is generally be applicable to all. Fathering is not something perfect men […]

  • Darden Insights & Experience

    Darden Insights & Experience

    In my closing remarks at the Darden School of Business, I shared the following… “Cults or tribes find ways to entice new members into the fold.  They may develop unique forms of communication including symbology.  Strangely enough, over the last few weeks, we all (referring to my fellow classmates) have been enticed by plentiful sustenance […]

  • Grasping the Dash

    Grasping the Dash

    Today, I’d like to focus on “grasping the dash,” recognizing that something eternal is at stake in each event, in every moment of our lives. Genealogists frequently talk about the “dash,” all that “stuff” that happens between a date of birth and date of death. To start, a touch of history drawn from a book […]

  • Belief Should Lead To Action

    Belief Should Lead To Action

    As mortal beings, we frequently define “living” in terms of death or infirmity. We too often measure our progress, position or condition based on what we don’t have or what we’ve lost. I have little doubt at this point in my life that part of my journey here on earth is to come to grips […]