When it comes to scripture study, perhaps one of the best and most surprising pieces of advice I can offer is: slow down! Of course, the advice isn’t original to me. LDS philosopher James E. Faulconer was the first person I can recall who told me to take my time. In his great book Scripture […]Read More
One Hundred Birds Taught Me to Fly is the latest book in the Maxwell Institute’s Living Faith series. In this episode, author Ashley Mae Hoiland joins Blair Hodges, co-editor of the series, to talk about the revelatory nature of writing.
The book is for restless souls who […]Read More
The deep red state of Utah is surprising pundits as the 2016 presidential election approaches. For the first time in over fifty years, the state is poised to vote for someone other than the Republican nominee. Mormons within the Republican party have been singled out as a significant reason Utah is looking elsewhere. It’s useful to […]Read More
In this excerpt from One Hundred Birds Taught Me to Fly Ashley Mae Hoiland writes about a touching conversation about Jesus. The latest book in the Living Faith series lands November 1. You can preorder on Amazon, or pick up a copy at Deseret Book and other LDS bookstores. In the meantime, we’ll post a few more book excerpts here. Just click the […]Read More