8 religious wonders to see in the U.S.

(I promise this is my last CNN link for at least a little while) CNN has a Summer Travel series and they recently posted about 8 religious wonders to see in the U.S.. I don’t know if it is any particular order, but the Salt Lake Temple is listed as number 6. There is a […]

180th Annual General Conference – Saturday Morning Session

AnotherĀ  General Conference is here. Time sure does fly by. Somehow or other it has worked out that I’m working again today, so I watched this session at work. I will be able to get home before the afternoon session starts. I have no idea what the messages will be. The economy is slowly improving, […]

The Mormon Channel

First off, I’m sorry for the lack of posts. As I mentioned before, we’ve moved, and I’ve been so busy patching/sanind/priming/painting/laying floor/changing outlets and of course, working at a job and serving in my calling, I just haven’t had a chance to post much. It seems that things are settling down now a bit, and […]

Religulous

Have you seen the Bill Maher “documentary” Religulous? I’m generally not a fan of him, but I still went ahead and watched the movie a couple of weeks ago. I’m not really sure what to say about it. I thought there were many thought-provoking things in the movie, but they were all clouded by Bill […]

Report ranks Temple Square 16th for tourist attractions

Back in January I posted an ad for Temple Square that a co-worker had given me out of a travel trade magazine. At the time I asked why the Church does this… money? converts? Well, now there are reports that Temple Square is the 16th most-visited attraction in the United States. That’s very impressive and […]

Temple Square ad

Someone at work saw this in a travel trade magazine. He’s commented before that he will occasionally see information promoting Salt Lake City as a destination for conferences. The ad has a nice illustration of temple square. I didn’t say this to my co-worker, but it made me wonder why the Church does this… Is […]

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