One of the basic tenets of Mormonism that consistently grounds me is that we are literal children of God. We have a heavenly father and a heavenly mother who love us and want us to be happy and to learn and grow and fulfill our potential.Read More »
Melissa Gish, a former elementary teacher, is committed to teaching her children how to be "decent human beings."
A member of First Presbyterian Church, Gish says she, "strives to be the kind of Christian that doesn’t give Christianity a bad rap."Read More »
As the world moves and changes, even a young president has a problem with it.
I can remember when “rock and roll” was going to be the ruination of society, then those free thinking hippies, and don’t forget those that believed in civil rightsRead More »
He looks different but he laughs, eats and plays just like any other kid. You see, my son is deformed from a tumor wrapped behind the left eye and bone abnormalities in his skull. Imagine a kite unable to fly because it's weighed down.Read More »
The brick building that was once the Caterina Winery at 905 N. Washington St, has been transformed into a nest.
Instead of wine racks there are now shelves of LolliDoo and Fuzzibunz brand cloth diapers. Instead of a tasting room, there is now the Nurturing Room where new mothers get massages. Instead of a seating area where wine drinkers could watch live bands, there is now a play area for children and toddlers that features a slide.Read More »
A survey released last week showed most Americans believe good parents should be loving, supportive and protecting, but few see the necessity of parents having a commitment to Christianity or religion.
LifeWay Research conducted the survey in March and found “Loving” is the No. 1 characteristic deemed mandatory for mothers (85 percent) and fathers (79 percent).Read More »