This is your Sunday school lesson for the week.
We sang and we shouted with the armies of heaven.
This week’s link roundup.
My old friend Leah Peterson flew up from San Diego on Friday to spend a lazy weekend with me…
My psychiatrist after saying something raunchy: “If anyone ever tells you that you take it too far you can tell them that it’s nothing compared to your conversations with me.” Me: “And then I’ll list the number of diplomas on your wall.” Him: “I should have one up there from the time I served in [...]
There is a program in the LDS religion known as “home teaching” (for men) and “visiting teaching” (for women). Basically you and a companion are assigned families to visit or check up on once a month. It keeps the community strong, enables everyone to help everyone else, and is an absolute pain in the ass. [...]
(While Jon and I take some time to unwind on a beach very far away, I’m reposting some content from my archives. This one was originally published on June 23, 2005.) While bathing Leta a couple nights ago I broke into Mormon Hymnal Recitation and regaled my precious babe with a children’s propaganda song. My [...]
Something tells me that the person who arranges the Mormon book display at the grocery store has a hard time keeping a straight face: Behold, this image is in no way photoshopped. (Of course, neither was this one.)
Yesterday while standing in line at the grocery store I noticed that the Deseret Book display — Deseret Book is a Mormon book publisher — had some new titles in, including this delightful guide for teenagers: Like, I totally can’t wait for the Second Coming! All those people who didn’t pay their tithing are, like, [...]
One of my favorite pastimes since moving back to Utah is watching the news on the local NBC affiliate which is owned by the Mormon Church. The majority of Salt Lake City is owned by the Mormon Church, including two malls downtown, a conservative radio station which is nothing but fair and balanced if not [...]