Missionaries April 2018

“For behold the field is white already to harvest; and lo, he that thrusteth in his sickle with his might, the same layeth up in store that he perisheth not, but bringeth salvation to his soul.” (D&C 4:4) Meet some…

What’s The Buzz? A Matter Of A Few Degrees

In his most recent book entitled The Gospel At 30,000 Feet, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf speaks of the impact the difference of a few degrees can make. He points out “the difference between happiness and misery … often comes down to an error of only a few degrees.”

Spring Into The Scriptures

Family Home Evening is the perfect time to play games that teach about Jesus Christ’s divine mission. Here are two games to inspire your family to spring into the scriptures!

FamilySearch Offers Personalized Services

Over 9 million users accessed FamilySearch’s online services in 2017, and the church-owned site shows no signs of slowing down in 2018. Patrons will discover even more family connections, record hints, and personalized services as the organization continues to expand and improve.

Supporting Your Missionary Before Reporting And In The Field

Parental, family, and social support make all the difference to a missionary during preparation and in the field. Before your missionary leaves, remember that missionaries must stand on their own feet in the field. Allowing them to take as much responsibility for their immediate preparation as possible (scheduling and getting to doctor visits, interviews, supply shopping, etc.) is a vote of confidence and a chance to see what help they need before they report.

Famous Local LDS Family Names – The Pomeroy Family

The East Phoenix Valley is replete with LDS pioneer heritage. The names of pioneer families adorn our streets, buildings and schools. We often casually pass by a geographic location without considering the history of the family for which the location was named, or why the family name was used. The inquiring minds of Arizona Beehive readers want to know! In each issue we now present the history of one “famous” Mormon family name. We hope you enjoy learning about these families, and encourage you to reach out to The Arizona Beehive with ideas for families to feature in the series.

Made With Love For A Child Of God – The Kimball East Stake Quilts For A New Leaf Crisis Victims

Every Thursday morning, Kimball East Stake members gather together to sew, quilt, crochet, loom hats and put other necessary items together for charity.

A-Pealing To Your Skin – Chemical Peels That Reveals New, Regenerated Skin

Layne Nyberg, of the Valley View Ward in Mesa, loves skin. She says while most sun damage has already occurred before age 18, different modalities such as chemical peels can reverse some of this damage. Also, it’s not about being forever 20—it’s about looking our best at every stage of life.

Baja Palooza

I now appreciate more and more the deliciousness of the majestic chimichanga smothered in smooth Baja sauce. Baja sauce is a creamy, slightly spicy magical concoction I have spent way too much money over the years.

Healing Balm – LDS Book On Trials Gives Perspective To Suffering

The Sweetness of Trial: A Perspective to Help You Win, Not Just Endure by Arizona native Charles P. Malone contains many examples of trials and the healing balm of the Savior’s atonement while in the “eye of the storm.”