Archives for February 2014

Mormones de Houston se unen con Voluntarios de la ciudad, lideres y grupos juveniles

Más de 150 voluntarios de los grupos juveniles de la zona de Houston, los sindicatos de labor y las congregaciones de la Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días se unieron para ayudar a limpiar y restaurar tres casas con necesidad de reparaciones importantes el sábado 22 de febrero.

Houston Mormons Join City Volunteers, Leaders and Youth Groups

More than 150 volunteers from Houston area youth groups, labor unions and congregations from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined together to help clean and restore three homes in need of significant repairs on Saturday.

Better Than Chuck E. Cheese

So my five-year-old says to me “Mom, would you be happy if I had 100 and thousand dollars?” I told him I’d be happy even If he didn’t have any money…… “Besides, money doesn’t make you happy anyway.” His response was: “Well it makes ME happy……….and CANDY…………and ICE-CREAM……..and CHUCK E. CHEESE……….”

Kidnapped, Beaten, and Held for Ransom

Saratov, Russia, winter, 1998.   Two young missionaries serving for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lay bound, gagged, and blindfolded in a frigid little room.  They had no idea where they were or who had taken them.  They only knew that two men were talking about ransom – and about killing them.

You Get Up When? Cypress High School Students Meet Early for Religious Study

While many High School students are celebrating their hundredth day of school this week, some are also celebrating their hundredth day of early morning seminary.  An interview with Mormon Texas High School senior Kallie Clark this weekend revealed that she along with hundreds of thousands of Mormon teens around the world attend early morning religious […]


This past weekend we had our semi-annual local church conference held for all the congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints between Vidor, TX. and Jennings, LA. Speakers included many members and leaders of those congregations and were so inspiring! Here are some of the notes I took to help me remember […]

Not your grandma’s genealogy any more

On the morning of February 8, 25 youth from the Klein Champions area chose to get up early on a Saturday morning to do something unusual. After meeting for an early morning breakfast at the home of 16-year Rylan Hair in Spring, youth ranging in ages from 12 to 18 went as a group to […]