I wanted to share this music on YouTube so former missionaries and friends in France could enjoy this music. I love the music and the message, and it reminds me of Christmas, serving in France, listening to this tape. I hope you enjoy it. There are probably some French mistakes. If you want to message... Continue Reading →
I really like this idea of "I will live younger, but think older.” Some of the people I have looked up to most in my life are from my grandmother's generation and many were her friends. This is worth sharing: "Today I was honored to speak to the graduating class of BYU–Hawaii. The message I... Continue Reading →
Today was a special day. 25 years ago I was serving an LDS mission in southern France. As a male missionary you normally serve for 2 years. (Females serve for 18 months). I gave it my all for these two years and it made me a better person and helped shape me into who I am today.
My grandmother Maggie Burgon Alldredge has been on my mind a lot lately. Yesterday she would have been 100 years old if she were still with us. My brother Nick and I decided to have a family reunion to get the family together and celebrate her birthday. It was a lot of work but really... Continue Reading →
My friend Ben is a good guy, but this story is truly amazing. I got to know Ben when he worked for Weber State. We were at a trade show in Madison, WI and a group of us from Utah decided to drive down to Nauvoo, IL after the trade show and visit the Church... Continue Reading →
One of the unique things about the LDS faith (Mormon) is our temples. There is sometimes confusion about our temples from the fact that not just anyone can walk inside and look at one. You can do that at one of our churches or visitor centers at the temple, but inside the temple is considered... Continue Reading →