I’ve always been curious about others’ personal scripture study and how it makes them tick. Lately I have been interviewing well known LDS people (like Lindsey Stirling and Al Fox Carray) about their Scripture study perspectives and I’ve been inspired by each of them to improve my own scripture study. One of my favorite LDS musicians is JamesTheMormon. To be honest, I have never been a fan of rap, but I can listen to JamesTheMormon all day with his clean, inspiring,
If you’re like me you’ve been curious how other members of the Church study the scriptures in their own personal life. I have been interviewing well-known LDS people about their perspective on Scripture study in hopes to help each of us be inspired and improve our own Scripture study. Lindsey Stirling is a world-renowned violinist, dancer, and performer. She is also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lindsey is amazing to watch perform as she often performs by combining dancing and playing
Ever wondered how other people study the scriptures? Me too! I’m interviewing well-known LDS people about their perspective on Scripture study in hopes to help each of us be inspired and improve our own Scripture study. If you have someone you would like me to interview, add a comment! Al Fox Carraway is my hero. Her love for The Book of Mormon is contagious and inspiring. If you haven’t read her story, pick up her new book “More than the
We are all striving for daily scripture study, and sometimes it can be harder or easier than other times. The blessings of daily scripture study have no end, from guidance, happiness, and protection against the adversary in this life to the blessings of eternal life and becoming like our Savior. Sometimes it can help to mix up your daily scripture study, especially when you might feel in a rut, just doing the same thing each day and plugging along cover to cover.