Meet the Pillars

Written by Sister Zarella Mosqueda on Tuesday, October 24, 2017. Posted in Generation Gap Interviews

Meet the Pillars

Introducing the new Meet the Pillars series!

This new series will introduce you to many wonderful pillars of The Church whom we may not know too much about. We have so many wonderful brothers and sisters who have amazing testimonies, diverse backgrounds, and insightful advice for us.

This series will allow us to take a closer look into their lives and see how the Lord has guided them in their journey. Join me these next few months as we explore the lives of some wonderful pillars of our church.

Those of you who are long-time readers of the Gospel Blog probably remember past articles where we did something similar by interviewing wise brothers and sisters who have lots of experience in the gospel. It's not about praising a particular person; it's about learning from the experiences of those who have borne the heat of the day and overcome challenges by relying on Christ.

Do you know someone who we should interview? There are so many quiet, unassuming saints who have lots of wisdom to share, and we rely on you to point them out to us. Use our submission form to send us the names and contact information of brothers and sisters who would be open to sharing with us — please ask them first!

Here are links to some past articles that will give you a flavor for what Meet the Pillars will be like.

Generation Gap Interview: Sister Tori and Sister Irene

Generation Gap Interview: Sister Natalie and Sister Florence

Generation Gap Interview: Brother Joseph Draskovich and Logan Ali

Generation Gap Interview: Sister Rebecca and Sister Sylvia

Generation Gap Interview: Landon and Sister Phyllis

Generation Gap Interview: Brother Joe and Sister Allyssa

Generation Gap Interview: Sister Alyssa & Sister Ann

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Comments (1)

  • Teri-Lyn Tunno

    Teri-Lyn Tunno

    24 October 2017 at 22:14 |
    This is definitely an awesome idea! I look forward to reading each interview.


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