This is what I felt was the best message for the moment – to seek the better. To seek the things of a better world. To seek the better part.
Because Christ lived a perfect life and sacrificed Himself for our freedom, we have the chance to build a partnership with God. But after we make that covenant with God, how do we keep it?
This earthly life is intended to be one of progression, not perfection. So what does that progress look like? How can you know if you’re progressing toward Christ? And, most important, what role does Christ play in our progress?
God doesn’t change. And people are really struggling to accept that.
God gives us a lot – but not all of it is blessings. And realizing that can change the way we serve Him.
If we do want to follow Christ, why don’t we? Why is it sometimes difficult to do what we need to do to be close to Him?
Do you ever look around at other people and think, “I’m not good enough. I’m not good enough at that skill, at that calling. I shouldn’t even try.” It’s a sad thing, but most of us have had that kind of thought at least once in our lives. And this can be especially hard in […]
I sat in my Christian History classroom last year, waiting for class to start. My professor strode into the room, shut the door, gave us his typical staredown, and asked us what we had thought of General Conference the weekend before. At BYU-Idaho, this wasn’t a strange question. Even some of my non-religious classes had […]
A long time ago, in our premortal life, we faced two beings who knew us well and would have massive impacts on our lives: God and Satan. All of us on earth, everyone who is reading this post, chose to follow God. Whatever reasons motivated us, we chose Him. When we chose God, we immediately […]
I’m looking at fall differently this year than I have in the past. Recently, I had a conversation with my mom that changed my perspective on it. And it all started with a tree. See, I’ve always loved fall. Mostly for the typical, cliche things. The crisp air, fresh apples, colorful leaves, starting to wear […]