When Fuβball gets real: Experiencing the World Cup in Germany

With the world cup upon us, I thought it would be fun to reflect on the first time I really got excited about the soccer when I was in Germany back during the 2010 games in South Africa. At the time, I was still serving in my first assigned area, the beautiful city of Münster.... Continue Reading →

You reap what you sow: Stephen Covey’s Spiritual Roots of Human Relations

I first heard of "The Spiritual Roots of Human Relations" by Stephen Covey from an Institute teacher at the University of Utah. The lesson itself has faded from my memory, but the title of the book stuck with me. When I later was inspired as a returned missionary after reading "The Seven Habits of Highly... Continue Reading →

I was going through some of my old notebooks from my two-year mission several years ago. As members of our Church, we have a responsibility to set aside two years to preach the gospel. I was called to serve in Hamburg, Germany back in 2010 to 2012.  The first city I served in was the... Continue Reading →

A little box of problems

I served as a missionary in a small industrial town in Germany called Krefeld.  I was still fairly new to Germany, the language, and talking to everyone we could about the gospel.  I had gotten enough German down to get the gist of what people were saying to me in most cases-- including all the... Continue Reading →

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