The Time I Trusted

The Time I Trusted

The title of this blog is somewhat silly, isn’t it? The “time” I trusted? Just once? Shouldn’t it be “times” plural? Hold that thought.  I have shared my testimony about God providing for me (and our family) in the past. Reading others’ testimonies of how He...
Let Go of the Legos

Let Go of the Legos

It’s a normal Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. I’m in the kitchen sweeping crumbs. Or washing dishes. Or trying to write a blog article real quick. From a faraway corner of the house, I hear an unmistakable sound.  The sound of whining.  My youngest son is...
Tomorrow

Tomorrow

This month’s Friday column is brought to you by the young people from the Lake Worth Branch, Florida. Over the next few weeks, they’ll be sharing spiritual thoughts with you on Fridays.  Today, Brother Chuck Maddox, Jr. is kicking off the series with...
Dear Mom

Dear Mom

In honor of Mother’s Day this weekend, we’re republishing this post from May 16, 2017. It’s a hypothetical letter from one of Helaman’s 2,000 stripling soldiers to his mom. Dear Mom, Happy Mother’s Day! I hope you, Dad, and the family are...
The Value of Salt

The Value of Salt

What would French fries taste like without salt? Hard to imagine, isn’t it?  Salt has been around for a long time.  Archeologists found a 6,400-year-old city that was entirely built around salt production near the Black Sea in what is today Bulgaria. And...