– How women represent the veil. – Women represent eternal steps of Birth, Marriage & Death – Where the word ‘Mother’ comes from. – We still use ancient cultural practices of the ‘to veil or not to veil’ Be sure… Continue Reading
Plop down a microphone in the middle of the dinner table. Politics, social issues, modesty, full-time work versus full-time mothering. Mormon issues. I mean Latter-Day-Saint issues. You’re invited over for dinner. Take a seat and have a listen. Dinner With… Continue Reading
Who cares if transgenders use a woman’s bathroom? That’s not the issue. And even as important an issue as allowing any man to go into a womens’/girls’ bathroom, there is still a much more important issue underlying the ‘battle of… Continue Reading
You’ve got to love it when a group, like Mormons, are portrayed ignorantly. In this Christian Today article Mormons are portrayed as teaching and accepting, until just recently by some, that women deserve rape because of bad behavior or immodesty.… Continue Reading
This is one of the great powers of art. We can create an image that is not a worldview reality and provoke thought and do it with beauty. I find the several accusatory interpretations of racism and sexism both ironic and… Continue Reading
Over the last couple of decades there seems to be a newer emphasis on the word, “God” by the leaders of the church. I remember when I was growing up that “God” was more of a “Christian” word. We used it sometimes,… Continue Reading
“Regardless of whom a person marries, two-thirds of differences that arise will be perpetual and unresolvable. The couple’s long-term success lies in how they deal with those differences. ‘I’m not sure if there’s an algorithm for that’.” This may or… Continue Reading
Oregon website creates Mormon quiz. I ended up a “Chill Mormon”. I’m not sure what that means and I’m not so sure how scientific this is. One thing is for sure, I do not like the picture they gave me.… Continue Reading
Mormon mom receives a surprise on the Ellen Show. It’s nice to see different parts of society living and laughing together.
RM attending BYU gets a surprise from Ellen. She’s ecstatic! Notice the black missionary name tag in her photo.