The gospel gives us the tools to enter into the sacred “I thou” space and meet God; the church provides the laboratory.
Welcome to Navigating Discipleship
Sharing our thoughts from our life of discipleship
Our Christian action is to be a response to pain and suffering, not an escape from it.
Partnered with our Savior we can find a combination of lenses that will allow each of us to see more clearly.
The patience, grace, listening, strengthening, and lifting described in scriptures as God sustains us should be our model for what our sustaining means.
I participated in a panel discussion on about the change in the First Presidency in the LDS church. I shared the hope I have in this change & discussed why I choose to sustain leaders even while I may think differently on matters.
I believe the spirit of Elijah can not only heal hearts and challenge minds across generations separated by the grave, but it can also do so across the generations of the living.
My testimony is an artisan vintage white cheddar. It has a bold flavor, hard texture and had to be aged a long time and bathed in a salt brine. It won't look, taste, or smell, like yours, but it's mine and I love it.
The tragedic flaw of Ebenezer Scrooge isn't that he loves money. It's that he loves work.
Do we want the certainty that comes from stasis? Or do we want eternal progress that comes with real risk?