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The Principles Of Righteousness and Parenting

The Principles Of Righteousness and Parenting

General Conference Countdown Day 16 of 37:  Get your Study Schedule here. Today’s reading comes from a talk by Elder Larry Y. Wilson of the Second Quorum of the Seventy entitled “Only Upon The Principles Of Righteousness“.  Elder Wilson is a graduate of both Harvard University and Standford University. During his professional business career he worked … Continue reading

Please Remember Who You Are

One of my mother’s “famous sayings” when I was growing up, [used with increasing frequency and urgency the older my siblings and I became], was  “Please Remember Who You Are!” Without fail, as we were running out the door to play with friends, or to have a “sleep over”, attend a party or go to … Continue reading

Prepare For A Miracle: Bronson’s Story

Prepare For A Miracle: Bronson’s Story

Conference Countdown Tip #1. Prepare For A Miracle.
In a world where a constant barrage of discouraging information and negative news surrounds us, it often seems impossible to find hope. How do we rise above it all? How can we find higher meaning? How do we have faith? . . .

Inside This Post: A Medical Miracle, A Journey of Faith, and an Inspiring Video! Continue reading

Video: Haiti – USA Med Student Adopts Orphan

A touching story from Haiti of love, and tender mercies. Texas Medical Student Bill Betz and his wife Amy have been married for 5 years and unable to conceive a child. When Bill was asked by his professor to join a medical relief team to Haiti after Jan. 12th’s devestating earthquake, the couple felt an impression that a little girl was waiting for Bill to find, and adopt. What followed was a miraculous journey, and a daughter named Lauren Elizabeth. Video Report attached. The Full story can be read at DeseretNews.com Continue reading

New Words

“On The 6th Day of Christmas, MoSop shares a music treat”…
…The Song “NEW WORDS” performed by Brian Stokes Mitchell (so sweet!) Today’s gift is a new MoSop Movie, featuring one of the songs “Stokes” performed during last year’s Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert in SLC. I feel this particular song captures the true essense of Christmas, and offers . Enjoy!

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A Walk In Mary’s Shoes

“On the 5th Day of Christmas, MoSop gave to YOU…” A Chance To Walk In Mary’s SHOE(s)!

This post explores how Mary the Mother of Jesus was actually a fitness hero as well as a spiritual inspiration!

Bonus: A Video and a Reader’s Poll Continue reading

A Blogging Toddler

This month ‘Mormon Soprano’ turned 2 years old! It’s hard to believe our little baby has grown into a full-fledged toddler. It seems like just yesterday she was too small for any search engine recognition. Now, her posts often make the top ten on a Google Search, while other bloggers ping and track-back. She has even been recognized by a few professional news feeds.

It’s interesting to be the parent of a toddler. As many of you have experienced, every day with a two-year-old is definitely a new adventure! According to experts, here is some advice for raising the toddler blog… Continue reading

It’s Not Like I’m Dying

This past Saturday the moment of truth finally arrived for our family. It was time to bid goodbye to our oldest child as she begins College. In my earlier post entitled “Don’t Turn Around“, I spoke about the bitter-sweet experience it is to watch a child grow up, and accept the circle of life. I … Continue reading

Honoring Women

Honoring Women

In October 2004 the late President Gordon B. Hinckley of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints honored the divine gifts possessed by women in a General Conference address entitled “The Women In Our Lives“. Youtube  MormonMessages has created a video which beautifully illustrates excerpts of his words. President Hinckley shared this tender preface to his chosen … Continue reading

Gracie’s Theme has Cardall’s Healing Touch

Mormon musician Paul Cardall was born in 1973 with a severe congenital heart defect. He has undergone countless surgeries, and is currently wait-listed for a heart transplant. This is his last hope. He dreams of living long enough to raise his little girl Eden alongside his beautiful wife Lynette.  Ironically, Paul possesses an exceptional art for healing others. Despite his failing … Continue reading

Parents Finding Inner Hindu

“Mom, I want to be Hindu”. The devout Mormon mother looks deeply into the earnest blue eyes of her teenaged daughter. She sees sincerity and anxiousness, combined with notable fear of retaliation or rejection. Mom quietly tries to process her child’s declaration. She waits for the immediate flood of  unspoken questions, thoughts, panic and concern crowding into her brain to settle down. She waits for the perfect … Continue reading

Don’t Turn Around

Don’t Turn Around

Recently my heart has become tender as I ponder the bitter-sweet truth of being a parent. Our babies grow up. On one hand, it is a thrill to see Baby reach milestones . We celebrate her very first step, the first word, the first loose tooth and the first day of school, among a long list … Continue reading

Pornography Addiction: Movie Offers Hope

A compelling documentary has been created entitled “Pornography: Confronting the Addiction”…watch the movie trailer and read this thought-provoking and educational post.

Ignorance is Satan’s playground. Knowledge provides us the power for prevention and the catalyst for change… Continue reading

Family Stagecoach Rescue

Here is another great Family Adventure Mormon Ad promoting spending quality time with our children! Bonneville Communications are really outdoing themselves. See my previous post for the Swashbuckler!