My next guest blogger has fully embraced the good of technology and she knows how to use it! Not like this cute couple. 🙂
Kathryn Skaggs has a very specific goal in everything and everywhere that she can be found on the Internet — which is “to DO MORE good” (tDMg). She enjoys promoting credible information to those who are seeking to learn more about Mormonism, to gain a better understanding of her faith.
Kathryn is passionate about her beliefs. You can find her blogging at A Well-Behaved Mormon Woman where she regularly shares thoughts about her religion, family and traditional marriage.
In being invited to participate in this wonderful event to celebrate The Family: A Proclamation to the World – and given the ability to choose my topic from a breakdown of the proclamation, for me, this was a no brainer. From the very day when I sat in that historic general Relief Society meeting, (broadcast) and heard President Gordon B. Hinckley first present and read that inspired document to the women of the Mormon Church, these are the specific words that resonated in the heart of this Well-Behaved Mormon Woman — and continue to do so every time I read it:
Well said, Kathryn!
FreshlyPainted is sponsoring this completely original painting of the Salt Lake Temple Doorknob with the words, “Holiness to the Lord”. Have you ever spent time to look at the doorknobs at the Temple? They are very beautiful and unique. One can’t help but think of the early pioneers and the dedication and love they had for the Salt Lake Temple when you look at all the beautiful details all over. This magnet measures 2.5” x 3.5”. Visit FreshlyPainted for more original freshly painted works of art!
Hank Smith, the guest blogger at The Red Headed Hostess today, is also giving away 3 copies of his CD, The Do’s and Don’ts of Dating. Drawing on some hilarious experiences from his own dating years, poignant stories of others, and the wise counsel of the prophets and other Church leaders, Brother Smith shares an important message that youth will relate to and appreciate.