Greetings class members. As you may have noticed, I have not posted to the blog in a few weeks. There will be no class during the summer months, and so I have not been posting the statements used in a non-existent class. Because you may be wanting something to read during the day--or night--I have been trying to decide what I might continue to post. Well. I have decided.
Some of you may have noticed that I keep the books I am reading, have read, or am about to read, updated with some frequency. For those of you who have been to my home, you know that I love books. To pass the summer away, I will be reading as many books as I can get through. I will also be posting short book reviews of each book read.
If there is a particular book you would like me to review, or you are simply curious to know my thoughts on a book, please send me an email. I will try to be as accommodating as possible. Also, you may have noticed that I have linked my book collection to the blog. Check it
out if you are curious.
I have received a few requests to continue to blog and use my experiences as bishop for material. After very little thought, I do not feel that would be an appropriate thing for me to do. True it is that I am keeping a journal of my ecclesiastical experiences, however, it would be far too inappropriate for me to share those experiences to an audience that I do not know. I hope you will understand.
As for what book I will review first, I do not know. I am in the middle of several books (yeah, I am one of those readers). If you have a request, let me know. We will begin class again the Thursday after Labor Day weekend in September. We will pick up where we left off: Doctrine and Covenants 77 and go to the end of the sacred volume of scripture.