This year, we are choosing to “boycott” the madness and chaos, and spend some good old fashioned time together.
Wouldn’t it be lovely, if it could be Thanksgiving every day?
The Christian hymn Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing was written by the devout 18th century pastor and poet Robert Robinson. The text of this hymn was written in 1757 at the young age of 22. It has stood the test of time, and remains as inspiring and poignant today as it did three Centuries ago.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, random people on the street of New York City were asked one simple question; “What Are You Thankful For?” Here are a few of their responses.
It’s Thanksgiving Week in the United States! In the spirit of the season of gratitude, I’d like to share a few thankful thoughts.
Today is the Five Year birthday / blog-iversary of Mormon Soprano.com!
It’s November, the month of officially “giving thanks”, being grateful, and. . . creating your blessing bucket!
More than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast of the United States, many residents of the most heavily damaged parts of New York and New Jersey are still picking up the pieces. “Hurricane Sandy is described as one of the largest storms to ever hit the United States, with more than 60 …
An inspiring life story, and an inspiring new song.
Today is election day in the USA. And, this year is considered a “big election”. In addition to choosing local and state leaders, we are choosing who our President and Commander-in-Chief will be for the next 4 years. As a US Citizen, and a Mormon, I’ve been asked several questions about my role in the voting process this year.