Keri and the boys bought me a Blackstone for Father's Day. What an incredible present. I've been wanting one for some time now and they graciously obliged. They gave it to me about two weeks early and we have been putting it to use ever since. But that isn't my true Father's Day gift. My … Continue reading My Father’s Day Present
I'm now proudly sober and will never miss an opportunity to speak up and advocate for it.
If you want to determine the nature of anything, entrust it to time: when the sea is stormy, you can see nothing clearly.
No matter how miserable the trials and suffering we go through in this life, Jesus is right there with us. He manifests himself through the Spirit, but also through the love and support of friends, family members, and community. Jesus is there even in the suffering.
That's how I know God is real. It's becoming ever more popular to not believe in God. I'll admit, sometimes it seems like a very abstract existence. However, when situations like this happen I cannot deny His existence.
A few years ago, I had the pleasure of being on my friend Vance Crowe's podcast. We chatted about mental health, cattle, pharmacy, and raising a herd of kids during the pandemic. However, one topic he brought up really caught me off guard. He wanted to talk about my life as a member of the … Continue reading Latter-Dad Saint Blog: Believe Me, There Are Easier Ways
How important is it to talk faith with those who have different beliefs than us?
Achieving balance may not be what you would traditionally expect.
Howdy friends! I’ve decided to shift focus with my blog to my faith as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day-Saints. Don’t worry, I still plan to remain active on my Ag State of Mind blog discussing all things mental health in agriculture. However, I also wanted to create a place … Continue reading New: Latter Dad Saint Blog
Howdy! If you've been following along on my social media or subscribed to my email list, you will know that I have immersed myself into the saga of Harry Potter From the first book until the end, one of the themes that sticks out to me is the contrast of the Malfoy family to the … Continue reading In A Society That Urges You To Be a Malfoy, Be a Weasley