This was a significant part of the theme I would state every Sunday in Young Women’s. It comes from this passage in the Book of Mormon.
I am not an official spokesperson or representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. (But check out more about Michael Otterson here-he’s one of my faves) But I still do believe it is important (AND GREATLY DESIRE!) to stand as a witness of God, even, and especially when it comes to this blog.
Now I am not perfect by any stretch.
Yes! (hard to believe I know…)
(“um,” I will continue, thanks John…)
And is there sometimes a bit of possible tension between my 3 fold identity of Mormon, woman, and human?
But has there ever been a clash that I believe could
hurt the image of the Church or cause major confusion?
And if there ever was, I don’t believe I would expose it, at least not completely.
Plus it’s not like I’m super famous anyways so even if I did I’m not sure anyone would care. 🙂
I’m only one voice in a million, but you ain’t takin’ that from me!
(in case you are too lazy/prideful to click on that above link,
it is from this wonderful waving woman…)
love this song, it reminds me of Fiji. It will change your life.
LISTEN TO IT!
Girl, get back to your thesis
ANYWAYS, just wanted to express that I am conscious of the fact that this blog in some small way represents not only myself, not only my family, not only my friends, not only the LDS Church, but also Christ himself.
Is that blasphemous or arrogant? No way, Jose. Peace out!
PS. I’d give my bangs (first picture!) a B+ that day.
What are you a witness of?
And please don’t stop reading my blog because I
ended that last sentence with a preposition…