As we travel our personal road to Emmaus, we can find comfort in the prophet's words to us, "Please know this: if everything and everyone else in the world whom you trust should fail, Jesus Christ... will never fail you."
Just as Christ's disciples gathered when the word of His Resurrection spread, the gathering continues on this Easter Sunday as we celebrate our Savior’s victory over death and sin. May all feel the hope and joy that is abundant in the messages of Jesus Christ. Truly! He is risen.
"The Savior promised He will never forget you, saying 'Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands.' After all that Christ did for you, I invite you to do something this week to follow His teachings. You might make your prayers more earnest. You could forgive someone or help a friend in need. You can start today on a new spiritual quest."
These cakes were so beautiful to me, because they represented inclusion, reaching out, and love. The cake day was a gift to my daughter that made her feel loved, and for a moment, she was a teenager enjoying friendship and fun. I am grateful for cake.
In all his insecurities about playing his first scrimmage, Gabe decided to simply follow his older brother around the ice finding safety in following his brother’s lead.
We are all subject to trials. What is fueling your fire of affliction?
Christmas 2020 does not look like our normal celebration. Because of the rise in Covid-19, people are distancing from family and friends to fight this virus. It is an unprecedented time, and people are struggling with depression, anxiety, financial hardships, mental and physical trials. Many would say it is a time of darkness. For the … Continue reading He is Light
This year of heartache, confusion, and fear is almost over. But what if we decided to end 2020 on a positive note?
This week of Thanksgiving we are sharing messages of gratitude. Join us, and #GiveThanks.
Thanksgiving is upon us. In a year of hardships I am certain our hearts will be comforted and the world can heal as we reach out to touch the lives of those we pass by. We can be Good Samaritans and help someone today.