Today’s Wisdom

21 hours ago

This was a live presentation captured informally at a Homeschooling Mom"s Retreat. The theme was "Seek" (from Matthew 7:7 "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall ... See more

1 day ago

Being more organized does not mean changing who we are inside, or controlling our every minute and surroundings. It is a way of bringing more freedom to our lives to become the best that we can be... ... See more

2 days ago

"Early in our marriage, my husband decided he wanted to attend graduate school in another state. At the time, we owned a home. We had purchased it with a federally subsidized loan that stipulated ... See more

3 days ago

"Some parts of dinner are completed right away. They may be easy for me to do, or things just fall into place without much effort. Other parts seem to take forever. Some are harder for me to get a ... See more

4 days ago

"I love to discover the cycles, patterns, and stages of life. All of nature operates in a rhythm of ups and downs, highs and lows, circles and pendulum swings. The Law of Rhythm permeates nature. ... See more

6 days ago

"John, aren't you going to put on your seatbelt?" John replied.., "Why, are we going to get into a crash?" "No, but seatbelts save lives..." John retorted, "Seatbelts don't save lives..." - ... See more

1 week ago

In this podcast episode, I answer questions during the Brigham Young University-Idaho Communications Department Summit. -

1 week ago

"I awoke, not completely sure why I heard crying in a nearby room. What time was it? It was the early hours of the morning, close to 2 am, and where was my wife? I pulled myself from our warm bed, ... See more

1 week ago

"We meet certain people and just 'click' with them, or we meet other people and feel uncomfortable with them. It's all in what kind of frequency we are each giving off, whether we find ourselves in ... See more

1 week ago

"I sat on the floor of my kitchen. Tears soaked the white, fuzzy collar of my pink flannel robe. It was more than I could handle. As I write this, I can"t honestly remember what I thought had caused ... See more