Remembering Allison

With the strike of an automobile, one year ago today tragedy struck our family. My niece was riding her bicycle with her father and her sister when she was hit by an automobile. She died instantly.

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Remembering 9/11

Ten years ago on a bright Utah morning, the weather was cooling down as Fall approached. I woke up early to get ready for a class. It was my first semester back at Brigham Young University after my

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The Path To Christ

The apostle Peter provided a blueprint of a holy house, a house wherein those who dwell become more like Christ. “And beside this [giving up our sinful ways], giving all diligence, add to you

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Keeping Our Brothers

John Greenwood was a fifer in the Continental Army who was called to carry a musket during the assault on Trenton, NJ. On Christmas night the American army crossed over the Delaware in what would p

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Human Anguish and Divine Love

Truman Madsen gave a talk entitled Human Anguish and Divine Love as part of his Timeless Questions, Gospel Insights lecture series. In this talk he covered the age-old question of “Why do we

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Investing in the Church

Why do some within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints not become fully invested in the Church? I believe it’s for the same reason some who are not members of the Church do not gi

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Oh Be Joyful!

I spoke on the phone the other day with one of my best friends. Ben and I have known each other for almost 20 years now. We went to Jr. High and High school together. We were roommates at BYU our f

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