Overcoming the Winds of Opinion on Social Media

During his address to the women of the Church this past General Conference, Dieter F. Uchtdorf said the following… “When we [give others control over how we feel and behave], we are driven about by every wind of opinion—and in this day of ever present social media, those winds blow at hurricane intensity.” Near our … More Overcoming the Winds of Opinion on Social Media

Caring for the Poor

I took the train into the city today for a conference for work. On the way out of town on the light rail to the train station, I happened to find myself standing next to a homeless man. He was older — gray-haired, gray beard. He wasn’t wearing anything more than a hoodie to keep … More Caring for the Poor

Five for Grandma

A couple of weeks ago an old friend from high school posted on Facebook about a need for his company wanting people to come in and help with a campaign for cancer. My friend works for Qualtrics, the company that is currently the patch sponsor for the Utah Jazz with the cancer charity, Five for … More Five for Grandma