MesaMom, you should read this! http://www.fairlds.org/FAIR_Conferences ... Trees.html
(hey, I grew up in Mesa! Woot!)
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So, did you like singing the song? I assume you must like the songs if you keep singing. I liked it ok. The music itself was pretty good. And if my wife were not so self-conscious of her failings and imperfections, then I probably would like the song more, as I really do appreciate the sentiments o...
After singing a perfectly sappy, sickly sweet song about the way every mother is the source of all good in the world and Practically Perfect in Every Way(tm), I went to my home ward and listened to one the the most awesome sisters in the ward talk about how moms are human and just try to get the job...
... those who become self-sufficient in this manner (who begin to catch sight of the celestial foundation underlying the terrestrial doctrines) have an obligation to "give back" to the organization that enabled them to become who they became - or contribute to the stagnation of that organization by...
I will bow out now and let others voice an opinion. I hope someone here can logically tell me how I am wrong and way off on my conclusions. I would love for someone here to tell me and show me how the "universal" principles that Ray has been describing here actually fit in with our religion - using...
Go to John's Facebook page.silentstruggle wrote:So when do we hear how it went?
He said it went well, the SP showed compassion and had called John in because of his media exposure on the Book of Mormon Broadway play.
- 06 May 2011, 11:46
- Forum: Support
- Topic: OK, I'll try to listen with an open mind
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I won't blame anyone for walking away from it all. <snip> - but if the church doesn't make more of an effort to make NOMish folks feel welcome.... the church has done a great job making NOMish folk feel unwelcome and in some cases just pushing them out, which is contributing to the progress of the ...