The Anointing of Jesus

As I enter this Monday of Holy Week, my mind and heart are drawn to a singular scene. It is just six days before the Passover feast. In the wake of the miracle of raising Lazarus, a prominent, perhaps wealthy follower of Jesus has set up a feast in Jesus’ honor. Lazarus is there, reclining …

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A Palm Sunday Contemplation

The week before Easter is “Palm Sunday”, celebrating Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.  Whereas Christmas and Easter have many hymns in the LDS hymnbook, there is but one that celebrates this event: All Glory Laud and Honor 1. All glory, laud, and honorTo thee, Redeemer, King,To whom the lips of childrenMade sweet hosannas ring.Thou art …

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The Power Of Symbolism

At some point in our lives, we all bump into the problems inherent in literalism. In most cases, our educational journeys will offer well-tried reframes for us to think out of, frames that open space for an ever-widening understanding of the world. And often we also will find in our teachers and others around good …

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Our Latter-day Faith Virtual Fireside in February, 2023 discussed the topic of “Consecration.” It was an amazing discussion. What does consecration mean to/for you?

Church and Authority

Church and Authority are tough topics for many Latter-day Saints. In our September/October fireside, we shared how we negotiate these tensions.

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