Some of the top blog posts over the years. I’m not sure how to define “Top,” because some of the “Top” posts that got widely circulated are not necessarily better than others that didn’t get notice. Instead, I looked at the response, and what I figure “matters.” Some are funny, some very serious. Here is a mix, with the funny ones last:
• Posts about My Faith
Heroes. A simple testimony of the prophet Joseph Smith.
I am Mormon, and I Have Questions. A post discussing how to deal with the perceived conflict of questions and faith. Picked up by the Deseret News, and widely commented on. Some loved it, others hated it.
Finding Simple Truths Amid Chaos. Sometimes it is much harder than it needs to be to find fulfillment in the Gospel.
• Posts on Church Culture
To the Happy Couple: You’ve Been Warned. A fathers’s counsel to his recently engaged son and daughter-in-Law to be.
FYI: 18 is NOT the New 19: Thoughts about the missionary age change, and concerns about pressure.
Failing Conference. What do we take away from General Conference: Hope, or Guilt?
• The Reverence Posts (There are a bunch, but here are the three most trafficked.)
Thoughts on Reverence My views on reverence. Read some of the 207 comments. Fascinating.
Reverence: The Table A technique to help little ones learn to be reverent in settings that call for reverence.
Reverence: That’s the Rub Do you condone, or oppose backscratching at church?
• Humor, with a taste of LDS Culture
Just a Suggestion: A New Young Women Value. Just an idea…don’t get mad!
Cub Scouts: May I suggest Something? Some awards that parents would love to see their Cubs earn.
If Snow Monkeys Were Mormon. The title says it all.
Let the links take you where they may – you might find something just for you!