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Choose Higher Ground

April 20, 2013


My missionary son wrote his first p-day letter Monday. It was heart-rending. I thought of The God Who Weeps as I pondered on the soul-stretching he is going through, and the profoundly humble way he is embracing it. And I wept too. It caught me at my own moment, on the second day of a […]

Covenant Motherhood

March 12, 2013


Last week I did an interview with author Stephanie Dibb Sorensen, whose debut work Covenant Motherhood began appearing in stores and on Amazon this week. Join us for the kind of interview writers have with one another. RI: We are a writers’ workshop that just happens to publish our work and conversations with one another to the world. […]

Doctrine and Covenants Reference Companion

February 14, 2013


I don’t buy many reference books anymore. Even knowing it’s true, seeing the words before me, typed from my own fingers, is a little shocking. It’s almost like musing out loud that I don’t really want to hold your baby, something else I can’t quite imagine hearing myself say this side of a head injury. […]

Empowering Women God’s Way

August 1, 2012


As I watch my daughters grow into women, a yearning grows more insistent daily that they will know the power they have. I want great things for them. I want them to be free. I want them to be happy. I want them to be smart, and courageous, and kind. I also want them to […]