Friday, October 22, 2010


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Archives are Open...

We've been toying with the idea for awhile. Today it just feels right: we're opening the archives. Please enjoy.

If there is a post you especially love, leave a comment for us here. Perhaps next week sometime we'll do a post of "favorites" from the past.

Thanks for all of your support and encouragement. The Hopefully Mormon community is lovely. We'll continue to post submissions as they come in: maybe the archives will inspire you to create your own?

Friday, October 8, 2010

They are a reason for my hope...

Thursday, October 7, 2010

humans male female

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Remember that MormonAd with the hands full of tar that said something about how we shouldn't pass along gossip?
That's what I thought of when I heard President Monson's talk about charity at the Relief Society General Meeting. I feel like it was an answer to my prayers about a ward full of busy chatter. I really feel like the Lord heard my prayers and answered them through a prophet. Thank you.

"Tonight, however, I have in mind the charity that manifests itself when we are tolerant of others and lenient toward their actions, the kind of charity that forgives, the kind of charity that is patient.

I have in mind the charity that impels us to be sympathetic, compassionate, and merciful, not only in times of sickness and affliction and distress but also in times of weakness or error on the part of others.

There is a serious need for the charity that gives attention to those who are unnoticed, hope to those who are discouraged, aid to those who are afflicted. True charity is love in action. The need for charity is everywhere.
Needed is the charity which refuses to find satisfaction in hearing or in repeating the reports of misfortunes that come to others, unless by so doing, the unfortunate one may be benefited."

Monday, October 4, 2010

Hope in the gospel gives me strength to keep trying to love, give, serve, show kindness, etc. These are some of the fruits of my testimony of Jesus.