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Share Aug 20, 2014 By Meridian Magazine


See 100-voice children's choir from Utah perform "Let it Go" on America's Got...

Share Aug 19, 2014 By Ronald P. Millett


A new study that compares this last year’s reporting of the weather to a decade earlier shows a tenfold increase in network coverage of “extreme weather.” What has happened seems to be the further misuse of science to promote an extremely lucrative government and industry agenda to regulate and control the world’s energy use. “Use of the phrase ‘extreme weather’ in news stories...

Share Aug 09, 2014 By Scot Facer Proctor


We are currently in Israel for our last photographic shoot for the 100th Anniversary edition we are doing of Jesus the Christ.  This particular shoot has been focused in Nazareth taking scenes from Jesus’ life and working with 17 actors who are all from Nazareth (or nearby villages) dressed in first century costumes.  This is, of course, is wonderful work and it is...

Share Aug 05, 2014 By Meridian Magazine


John Terbush writes in The Week: Despite Romney's insistence he won't run again, his loaded schedule has his old backers "yearning for him to give it a go and arguing that he would be a stronger candidate than last time." Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead (R), whom Romney recently endorsed for reelection, said in an interview that Romney remains the GOP's best hope of winning back the White...

Writers Blogs


Share May 15, 2013 By Ronald P. Millett


During the Sunday School lesson on the law of consecration and tithing, we studied Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2010 conference talk entitled:  “Reflections on a Consecrated Life.”  One passage I read seemed particularly interesting in light of the belief in physical-only chance mutations as the driving force for all biological change.   “A consecrated life...

Share April 04, 2013 By Jonathan Decker


When it comes to resources for family home evening, Sunday School, scouting, primary, youth activities, or Relief Society, more and more Latter-day Saints are turning to Sugardoodle, an increasingly popular website for ideas and materials. One of their most popular products (and one offered for free, I might add), are downloadable pre-prepared packets meant to help maximize the General...

Share Dec 07, 2012 By Ronald P. Millett


As the much publicized and debated December 21, 2012 date arrives, both scientists and Mayan descendants caution against worries of a giant catastrophe happening in a few days. "NASA scientists took time on Wednesday (Nov. 28) to soothe 2012 doomsday fears, warning against the dark side of Mayan apocalypse rumors — frightened children and suicidal teens who truly fear the world may come to an...

Share Nov 12, 2012 By Daniel C. Peterson


Back around 1985 or early 1986, when I was beginning to compose the lengthy essay that would ultimately become the core of my book Offenders for a Word: How Anti-Mormons Play Word Games to Attack the Latter-day Saints, I was watching one of the nightly network news programs.  The last few minutes of that broadcast were given over to a profile of the efforts of the Rev. Henry F. Fingerlin,...

Mission to be Happy


Share Nov 22, 2010 By Michael McLean


First day of Forgotten Carols rehearsals and I’m a happy guy.  Reunited with great friends anticipating the best season ever and already having way too much fun.  As we reviewed the blocking of the show and looked for better ways to bring the story to life we found some really fun stuff that’s been buried in the script for several years but now seems to be surfacing....

Share Nov 08, 2010 By Michael McLean


Three days of chores and I’m feeling “chore’d out”.  Don’t get me wrong.  There’s a great feeling of satisfaction getting an oversized load of stuff hauled off to the dump, getting my dad’s car repaired, moving the fire-pit benches up out of the sure to come snow, putting new tires on Lynne’s car, getting folks to the dentist, the...

Share Nov 01, 2010 By Michael McLean


I did something wonderful today.  I gave my wife and my daughter and my granddaughter a gift.  I gave them a nap.  Put them in their napping spots, closed the doors, plumped their pillows took Bucky on an adventure which took all afternoon. I’m currently patting myself on the back…taking full (and I mean FULL) credit for my wonderfulness.  Not taking credit...

Share Oct 06, 2010 By Michael McLean


I was interviewed today.  Utah Valley Magazine has been around ten years and they asked if they could do an article on me for the November/December edition.  The writer was kind enough to come up to Scotshaven to do the interview and as I reflect on our time together I realize something about myself.  I talk to much. I don’t mean just a little bit over the top, to...