That could be Indianapolis.]]>
It makes me glad our stake is divided into longer, narrow wards- it would be easy to let all the well-off folks stick together in a nice square ward, but making the boundaries have members of different socio-economic means is very important- as you clearly illustrate.]]>
This is something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. I’m touched to see a face put to what I’ve been thinking about in a more abstract manner.]]>
There were some families who were more well off and they were the backbone of the ward, but to be honest I don’t remember much about them.]]>
The SP first counselor should have been attending that inner-city ward but the SP allowed him and his family to attend a different ward.
The week I moved to a new state three other active families also moved and suddenly there wasn’t enough MP holders to continue as a ward. An emergency boundary changed moved some talented and devoted people into the ward better distributing the load.
I still cry sometimes when I think of the man who was our Bishop in that ward. He worked so hard and received so little support. I understand he left the Church not long after his release.]]>