Blessed by the tender—and the more tremendous—mercies of the Lord
Tender mercies of the Lord. Mentioned nearly a dozen times in the Psalms and known to Nephi, who referred to the “multitude of his tender mercies,” the phrase has frequented modern-day LDS vernacular since Elder David A. Bednar’s April 2005 General Conference address.
We Mormons tend to be a casual bunch, which, I’m guessing, is linked to the fact that our church is also our social world. Thus, it can be tough to speak or teach one another in a credible way. Sometimes, we forget where to divide casual from respectful and appropriate.
A Unique Assisted Living Alternative, LDS-owned Avista Senior Living Offers a Caring “Vista”
Approximately three years ago, Mesa-based Avista Senior Living, was launched by Kris Woolley of the Hermosa Vista Ward in the Hermosa Vista Stake. Since that time, Avista has acquired and operates two assisted living communities…
Soon to be 90, Anna Arnett Publishes Her Second Book
Anna Laurene Lilenquist Arnett will mark two important milestones this year. She celebrates the release of her second book, Just a Woman, a collection of poems and comments; and, later this year, she will turn 90.
Multiple sclerosis diagnosis helps mom of five define “The Essence of a Mother.”
As a young mother of five children, Arizona native, Julie Jensen, thought she had a pretty clear idea of what it meant to be a “good mother.” “I thought it was all about having a clean house, carpooling kids…