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.
Maybe that is all God asks of us--not to solve one another's problems, but to be fully available to one another in the midst of those difficulties.
"Our opportunities to shine are limitless. They surround us each day, in whatever circumstance we find ourselves. As we follow the example of the Savior, ours will be the opportunity to be a light in the lives of those around us—whether they be our own family members, our coworkers, mere acquaintances, or total strangers."
I changed my focus and started thinking about what I would want someone see if they were looking through our windows.
I have been pondering how there are so many people within our circles of influence who make up our village, who strengthen our tribe (family) and who also depend on us to strengthen theirs. One year ago, as work would have it (we transport our local college athletic teams to their games throughout the northwest), … Continue reading It Takes a Village
I have such gratitude for our Savior. He showed us the path we should walk. I love the scripture in John 8:12, "He that follows me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light of life".