To Our Greater Wenatchee Area Community: Are you looking for a way to help in Ukraine? The Wenatchee Valley is joining with Meest, a small business that ships humanitarian aid directly to Lviv, Ukraine. (https://us.meest.com/humanitarian-aid-packages-for-ukraine). On Saturday March 12th and Saturday, March 19th, youth from the Church of Jesus Christ will be collecting items to sort, … Continue reading Wenatchee Community Can Help Ukraine Now!
The 2022 RootsTech theme is “Choose Connection.” Family Search is encouraging participants “to #chooseconnection, whether it’s by learning about ancestors, traveling to homelands steeped in your heritage, or even discovering how you’re related to your friends, you can make powerful connections to the people and places that matter most to you.”
Each year during the Christmas season, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints makes a monumental effort to spread the message and mission of #LightTheWorld. However, you can do it all year by thinking about who you can serve each and every day.
Upon reading those words, peace seemed to flow down into me, and hope awakened as those words pierced my heart with their undeniable truth. I knew at that moment God was speaking to me through those words. The door of my heart was flung open once again, and light and hope came flooding in.
Happy 4th of July! Here are 7 quotes that celebrate freedom. God bless America!
Find renewal and hope in the Savior of the world. Worship with us on Easter Sunday.
RootsTech is a great source of information and training on family history. The conference offers classes for all, from the beginning researcher to the expert. This year RootsTech is being held virtually, and there is no charge for those who want to participate. "Join over 200,000 people at the world's largest online celebration of family, culture, … Continue reading Discover Your Story at RootsTech: A Free Online Conference Experience
Suddenly it didn’t matter if that baby was going to sleep in a laundry basket, a crib, or a box. She was here in all her purity and innocence and our family was richer for her birth. She came home from the hospital Christmas Eve and no Christmas gift has equaled her since.
Yesterday we hiked higher than we’ve ever hiked before. My little girl did not want to be there. It was too early. Her legs were tired from riding her bike the day before. It was steep, and the path was narrow. Looking down scared her. She tripped a few times, and she was frustrated with … Continue reading Conquer Your Day!
Normally, as I water my garden each morning, I just use a hose and spray everything down until it is good and soaked. It is time effective, and I can check a task off my list. This morning, however, I made a fertilizer-water mix and watered each plant by hand. I noticed a few of … Continue reading Lessons in the Garden