Are You On The Path of Greatness?

How do you define greatness? A quick search reveals that most think of it as being better in comparison to others. It’s measured by your achievements. If you rise above the crowd, then you’re considered great.

But that standard lacks clarity. How many others do you have to be better than? Who judges whether your accomplishment is better? Are you still great if someone else does better than you?

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Jon LeachComment
The Burden of Confusion

Imagine you were trying to find God in the midst of a deep fog. You want to be closer to him, but it seems so hard to find him. You don’t know which way to turn. You feel lost. How far do you go? Which way do you turn? It’s a navigational nightmare. And it all depends on you to take the right steps. Sadly, this is what it can be like for many of our Mormon friends.

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Jon LeachComment
Follow the Prophet

This weekend the LDS Church is holding its semi-annual General Conference. It is a two-day affair where the church’s leaders, especially the president or living prophet, give talks.

How can you respond when your LDS friends talk about the living prophet?

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Mark Cares Comment
Fire of God – Feared or Filled?

Fire is a fascinating image in the Bible. One of the most common associations is judgment. That’s understandable since God describes himself as a “consuming fire.”

Yet a closer study reveals that fire is not exclusively a picture of judgment…

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Jon LeachComment