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…And also one of the hardest things accomplished this month. In a nutshell, the Word of Wisdom is a health guide for members of the LDS church. The Word of Wisdom is found in The Doctrine and Covenants (one of […]

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I didn’t see my dad much growing up. He was an Army Ranger with the 82nd Airborne Division. Rangers “Lead the Way,” and the 82nd goes “All the Way,” so with American forces perpetually engaged in some operation around the […]

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Every once in a while, I get the opportunity to chat with the movers and shakers of each faith. This month I ran into Arthur Hatton, the creator of Linescratchers, the largest music blog and nexus for LDS musicians in the world.

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July is the only month so far where my Mentor(s) and members of their faith community actively solicit my conversion. It’s okay, I don’t mind, so please don’t bash my new friends and spiritual family. And although the first few […]

“Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.” -Exodus 20: 8 Wow, that sounds familiar. Anyone remember my experience with Judaism in April? In the great Judeo-Christian tradition, Latter-day Saints keep the Sabbath on the seventh day of every week, namely […]

It’s my second day as an honorary Latter-day Saint, and I’ve already screwed up.  How often do we find ourselves on a spiritual high, when the world is ripe and ready for our pleasure, only for a storm to rain […]

Every relationship thrives on trust. Within Christianity in general and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in particular, this trust, honesty, and integrity is not only paramount for a true relationship with Jesus Christ via repentance of sins, but also to the […]