The new study book and program "Come Follow Me" has made my scripture study easier and more enjoyable
Since I started this blog, I've been guilty of something the leaders of my church warn against: I have only been showing the positive side. That is the simple reason that this blog has only published limited posts over the last five years. I do have another outlet for my writing online, but that outlet... Continue Reading →
President Nelson opened with remarks about the fact it was his first time to speak at a baseball stadium, and then proceeded to share a story about his family whitewater rafting
My Bishop gave me the above topic for a talk in Sacrament service today. What follows is the talk I gave.... Please enjoy! (If you would rather watch me give this talk, please click here for the YouTube link!) Hi! My name is Maggie (actually "Margaret") Slighte. I am one of many Margarets in my... Continue Reading →
I've been divorced for a year now. During that time, I have not dated at all. I have not entertained the advances from any man. It's been nice to be single, I enjoy working on the issues that I have and would like to get to a more stable point in my recovery (from past... Continue Reading →
Today's scripture for the #LightTheWorld effort is from Matthew. You can find suggestions for service projects for today at Mormon.org. Who do you know that could use a drink of clean water? How can you help make that happen?
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has installed a set of special vending machines, all across the world people are planning service projects and creating posts all to share a bit of light with the world. For the past few years The Church has developed different promotional videos to share with the public... Continue Reading →
OR "Those Tender Kind Souls Who Would Have LIKED Preached His Gospel to Me and Those I Finally Listened To" I have rarely admitted to anyone the long road it has taken me to get to a point where I invited missionaries into a house in which I resided. In fact, I don't believe I... Continue Reading →