Soon after moving in I “lost my job”, and “began struggling with my testimony” (all in the name of providing service opportunities). In no time the whole ward was making us dinner and visiting on a regular basis. I personally provided callings for over 6 people in the ward.
The ward won’t split b/c of me.]]>
so sorry but maybe that will help you give people the benfit of the doubt. I’m not picky, I’m not citical, but we just cannot allow chruch to be the low point of our week and the most DIScouraging place we go.]]>
You’re sharp, it probably should have been “Kevin”, so I guess I’d better say I changed the spelling to protect the innocent…me, I admit it right here in the blog world…I’m a crappy or is that crappie speller!]]>
From what you’ve said it must it the strangest. Well, that and the fact that you’re there.
Each ward I’ve been in thought it was the best. Only one of them can be right, and I can assure you that for me it isn’t the current one that we’re in.]]>
I want to hear how you learned this guy spelled his name in such an unusual way…]]>