Brother Jerry Valenti

Brother Jerry lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with wife Sister Pat and daughter Maria.

Day Job: Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ.

Favorite Scripture: The four gospels and The Book of Mormon.

Articles by Brother Jerry Valenti

I Look Good in That Picture

I Look Good in That Picture

Today, we're pausing the Life of Jesus series and bringing you a throwback article written by Brother Jerry Valenti in 2014. Enjoy, and we'll see you here next Wednesday when...

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Woe Is Me

Woe Is Me

“Woe is me! My boss bawled me out. I had a fight with my spouse. I don’t have enough money to pay the bills this month. I don’t feel good. Woe is me!” The perhaps antiquated (and...

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Playing Doctor

Playing Doctor

It sounds innocent enough. Playing a game of make-believe is typically a good thing, allowing people to use their imaginations. However, even assuming that the "playing doctor"...

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Arise and Walk

Arise and Walk

One day, Jesus is in a house teaching. So many people want to hear what He is saying that the house is packed to capacity. Four men approach the house, carrying a bed with a man...

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House Calls

House Calls

If you're as old as I am, then you may remember a time when doctors made house calls. That's right — if you were sick, you could call your doctor and he would come to your house...

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Who’s Willie Stargell?

Who’s Willie Stargell?

A few years ago, a couple of young men from the Church volunteered their summer to do some outreach in the Pittsburgh area as part of the Youth in Action program. One Saturday,...

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Leaving It All Behind

Leaving It All Behind

After being physically dragged out of the synagogue in Nazareth and having His life threatened, Jesus departs from that city, leaving it all behind, and settles in the city of...

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Clock Watching

Clock Watching

In general, it's not a good thing to be known as a "clock watcher." The term could be used to refer to: An employee who makes sure to never work past the normal end of the work...

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