On the sweetness of Mormon life
Bishop started his testimony with something that had been gnawing at him. One of the inactives on his hometeaching list called him and told him to tell the Bishop to get her a new hometeacher, since he never came. He said being Bishop was hard. He thanked everyone who did music for the ward, which he said was sometimes what got him through.
A reactivating man said he was going to bear his testimony of Satan. We cringed. Needlessly, it turned out.
Last, our high councilman’s wife said her non-member twin sister was taking the lessons (they call them lessons now). They are close, very close, and this answered many prayers.
Yesterday the young men built pens for a single sister’s pygmy goats.