The Hapless Mountain Biker
Bill took Tom on his first mountain-biking trip. Little did he know that he would be taking a crash course!
A certain woman was involved in an accident and made her way into town, looking for help. But no one seemed able to offer the help she needed.
One Play at a Time
I don’t normally think in terms of sports analogies, but I recently encountered one that applies both on and off the field.
The Accident and the Snowstorm
Maddie was on her way to a work conference in another city when both an accident and a snowstorm stopped her cold.
The Interior Designer
Jack and Kellie were comfortable in their living room—everything was great. Then Kellie’s old know-it-all friend showed up and started giving them suggestions.
The Fisherman’s Warning: A True Parable
This week, I point you to a true story told by Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin of the Quorum of the Twelve about the Moken people of Indonesia.
The Night Blooms
Gail was eager to show Linda her flower garden, but at the same time she was acting a bit mysterious.
Easter Replay: The Construction Foreman (with Interpretation)
The Parable of the Construction Foreman is an Easter parable, so I’m sharing it with you again and invite you to read it and share with me your testimony of Jesus Christ.
The Prisoner and the Benefactor
Riona had thrown away her life, and now she was being taken far from what she’d known by traffickers. What would become of her now?
Olympic Medals: A True Parable
Elder Stevenson, a modern Apostle, connected the experiences of some Olympic athletes to our eternal progression.
The Survival Kit
Jackson hadn’t given much thought to the survival kit he brought on his hike. But when he found himself off the trail without his friends, he opened it up.
The Shopkeeper’s Bargain
Tony began his backpacking trip with room for souvenirs from his journey, but ever the collector, he quickly found other items to put in his pack.
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