The Busy George Romneys – Juvenile Instructor May 1958

Note: Clicking any of the pictures in this post will bring up a larger version The first in my series of postings is from the May 1958 issue of the Juvenile Instructor. As I was flipping through the magazine, I came across an article called “The Busy George Romneys” by Melba M. Ferguson. Given the […]

Juvenile Instructor series of postings

I was visiting with an elderly couple in our ward recently and noticed an old Juvenile Instructor lying on one of their tables. I picked it up and started to leaf through it. I commented to them that I liked looking through the old magazines. The doctrine has essentially remained the same but the way […]

ReadTheScriptures.com

If you spend a lot of your time online (you don’t subscriber to the Ensign anymore because you can read it online), or consider yourself a pretty tech-savvy individual, then you might be interested in doing your scripture study online. ReadTheScriptures.com is a site that allows you to create reading schedules. You will get daily […]

Mapping Happiness

This post is a little old, but back in February On Point, the NPR show out of WBUR in Boston had a show called Mapping Happiness. It talked about how we may or not be “wired” for happiness. By guest host Jane Clayson: So much has been written about the search for happiness — in […]

ReturnAndReport.org

There are lots of great sites out there that provide tools for members in their callings. Unfortunately, the Church has not officially recognized any of them. Until now, that is… The LDS Tech recently announced the winner of their inaugural LDS Tech Awards (“the purpose is to publicly and formally celebrate the technical achievements of […]

LDS Account

I currently have separate logins for COL, Missionary applications, Ward Web sites, LDS Catalog, Tech Forums, etc. A couple of them are the same, or I may have the same login name, but there are still at least 3 different accounts. It would appear that the Church is trying to change this. There is a […]

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