It’s Your Life. Get Off Your Duff!

Years ago, while living in the Boca Raton Ward, a new family moved in and gave the ceremonial “we're-new-in-the-ward talk.” [As a disclaimer, don't go off feeling bad if you didn't do this in your ward. It doesn't mean you're an outcast, it means some...

Homeward Bound

Over the past six or seven years our (previous and current) Bishopric has developed and maintained a Ward Vision Statement. It includes the following: We are homeward bound. Our destination is the Celestial Kingdom. Our journey consists of learning how to live the...

Goodbye

Last week I was talking to Greg at church. He and Bill would sit in the back of the library between classes and heckle everyone who came in for chalk while their wives did the work, rolled their eyes, and giggled at their husband's antics. I'd go even if I didn't need...

The Special Lives of Bishop’s Wives

Cynthia writes: I'm new to the Circle of Sisters, but I wondered if a new topic could be discussed regarding life as a Bishop's wife. Having a newly released bishop-husband, I have come to realize that there are many unique aspects to fulfilling the role as “the...