Do Connections from this Life Last Forever?

By Brent M. I feel a need to talk about life and death. I am 72 years old. I am a prostate cancer survivor. I take pills for atrial fibrillation, blood pressure, high cholesterol, reflux and diabetes. My mother died at the age of 62 from leukemia and my father at 70 from prostate cancer. In spite of the challenges I am relatively fit. I walk miles most days, keep my weight at about 160, get adequate rest and try to reduce stress in my doings. Still at my age, I am intrigued with this stage of...
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How Can the Dinner Table Save Your Family?

By Chris S. Growing up, we knew it was time to sit down together as a family as soon as my dad came home from work. It was a special time for me. I felt like I mattered to my parents because there were no other distractions. I decided that when I got married and started my own family someday, family dinner would be the standard. I became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or a Mormon, shortly after high school. One of the things that appealed to me the most was th...
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