52c: October 2013 General Conference Relief Society and Priesthood Sessions

Heather and Brandt host reviews of the Relief Society and Priesthood sessions of General Conference. Panelists include: Sarah, Jean, Ryan, and Craig.

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Notes:
How General Authorities Eat Their Reese s Peanut Butter Cups

3 Comments

  1. Scott

    Often wondered about the saying, ” wolfs in sheep’s clothing” , what are most men’s business suits made of? Wool!

    Reply Oct 10, 2013 @ 04:20:34
  2. Joe S

    Where’s the 52 faith-changing questions about the Book of Mormon from outside scholars?

    http://deseretbook.com/52-Life-Changing-Questions-Book-Mormon-Brad-Wilcox/i/5114010

    Reply Oct 11, 2013 @ 12:00:56
  3. ozpoof

    Brandt,
    As a youth I remember how much everyone in my family except my mother hated visits from V/H Teachers, and I hated going as an Aaronic PHood holder with a Mel PHood holder to visit people I didn’t know and who really didn’t want us around.

    The visits are intrusive, and take people AWAY from their family time. So much for this being inspired.

    The same can be said for “Family Home Evening” which is a misnomer; it should me called “More Church at Home in the Evening”. We fought as a family whenever this “inspired” program was attempted. Dad realised after the first few months that it was causing misery, but mum, being the blinkered TBM sheep she is, blamed us all for having “cold pricklies”- a term she got from church somewhere, and with it’s repeated use made us colder and pricklier.

    Time with the family happens naturally in families that are not having their entire lives structured by a religion that doesn’t understand boundaries or human nature. People don’t need or want to be forced to associate and visit with people and they don’t want people showing up in the evening to small talk and put in the minutes.

    “Can we help you with anything?”
    –yep. You can bugger off and let me eat my dinner and wind down.

    Reply Nov 06, 2013 @ 12:56:34

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