When our Prophet talks about us "all being mothers," what I feel him saying is that we are all creators. In her book of poetry, Mother's Milk, Rachel Hunt Steenblik opens up her heart and her yearning for a Mother in Heaven, a feeling many of us have felt. As a woman who has run home... Continue Reading →
Last year, when President Nelson made the announcement that members of our church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, would no longer be willingly known as “Mormons,” I felt confused and frustrated. I liked the name of my testimony blog and I didn’t think I would change it.
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
Five years ago I made one of the most significant decisions of my life. Last year on the anniversary, I not only wrote about making the resolution to be Baptized as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but I also made a video about my choice while I was waiting... Continue Reading →
I feel so blessed to type these words, "I sustain President Nelson." I feel blessed to have seen him speak in person before he was called to his present position. I remember thinking that he was so "young" in spirit and in intelligence for his chronological age. I was touched greatly by his talks in... 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 →
Church members can often point to a singular experience when they “knew” it was true...I never had that experience. I’ve actually had thousands of them.
Personal Revelation has been an integral part of my conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since the beginning. Having indefinite "feelings" about things in my and my children's lives is not new for me...or for them. Knowing where those feelings come from, is. Since my pre-Baptism lessons four and a half... Continue Reading →
How does one say "thank you" for a life that has been turned around? How does one say it for all the "things" in life that have come about and all the more that have changed for the best. More, how does one show gratitude felt towards their fellow person for all their help? I... Continue Reading →