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August 7, 2011 Volume: 2.0.1

Message From Our Leaders

Stay On The Path By: Brother Warr
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Bishop: Vance Randall

Monday, August 8 *FHE 7pm Thursday, August 11
*2.3.0 Activities Night 6pm: basketball. 7pm: ASL class in the Relief Society
Room, Spanish Class in the Primary Room. 8:20: Volleyball. Contact Gustavo for more info: 801-830-0141

1st Counselor: Scott Warr

Saturday, August 13 * Ward Activity 10am @ Rock Canyon Park (2620 N 1200 E). There will be
food and games such as: water balloon fights, extreme spoons, Vikings, missionary tag, and much more. For more info, contact Ken Cline 801-471-9102

Sunday, August 14 *Ward Prayer 8pm in the Relief Society Room. Contact Kaile for more info:

*Desert Night After Ward Prayer at 656 W 300 S. Bring deserts and/or
2 Counselor: Robin Jensen

beverages (especially milk) or just bring your sweet tooth, everyone is welcome. Contact Amber for more info: 801-319-9411

September 7
*Stake Institute kickoff the new semester, we will be studying the Book of
Mormon. Visit for details.

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Stay On The Path (1 Nephi 8:20)

1. Study the scriptures each day and read each month's Ensign, seeking to develop spiritual strength and wisdom. (2 Ne. 4:15; 32:3; D&C 88:118) 2. Pray vocally with sincerity and faith each morning and night, and always have a prayer in your heart. (D&C 19:28; Alma 37:36-37) 3. Keep the entire Sabbath day holy, attend all church meetings, and renew your spiritual covenants. (D&C 59:9-13) 4. Magnify your church callings, fully sustain all others in their callings, and help build the Kingdom of God. (D&C 4; 64:33-34) 5. Pay tithes and offerings, manage money wisely, avoid materialism and needless debt, and be self-reliant. (Malachi 3:8-12; 2 NE 9:51) 6. Attend the temple frequently, keep all temple covenants, and work to unite and seal all members of your family. (D&C 110:8, 1415; 128:15) 7. Earnestly seek to find and love a righteous companion, and worthily prepare to create a strong eternal family. (Moses 3:24; D&C 132:19-21) 8. Keep your mind clean and virtuous, and avoid all media that offends and drives away the Spirit. (D&C 42:23; 121:45) 9. Treat your body as the temple of your spirit, dress modestly, avoid immoral behavior, and maintain good health. (1 Cor. 3:16-17; D&C 89; 88:124) 10. Organize yourself, establish proper priorities, and find ways to do good and serve others. (D&C 58:26-29; 81:5; 88:119)

Message From Our Leaders: Stay On The Path

Scott Warr 1st Counselor, Bishopric

I have a favorite scripture that I would like to share with you. It is D&C 76:22-23 22 And now, after the many testimonies which have been given of him, this is the testimony, last of all, which we give of him: That he lives! 23 For we saw him, even on the right hand of God; and we heard the voice bearing record that he is the Only Begotten of the Father There are two reasons I like this scripture: The first is if you read it closely you notice the word we used several times. So often we think of the Father and the Son only revealing themselves to Joseph in the Sacred Grove. But in reading this it says we over and over, a Testimony which WE give of HIM and For WE saw HIM and WE heard. Have you ever thought about who the WE are. The Prophet Joseph and Sidney Rigdon. Not only did our Father in Heaven reveal himself to Joseph in the Grove, but also to Joseph and Sidney while he was working on the translation of the bible. The second reason I like this scripture is it helps me to keep focused and working hard towards salvation. Consider Sidneys positions in the Church, his closeness with the prophet and all of the miracles that he witnessed in person. He saw the Father and the Son, how much more witness could one person want. Now consider that he stopped following the Saviors counsel and left the Gospel. What did he give up, how could he do it? When you consider that someone in Sidneys position could let the Gospel slip from his grasp; how diligent do we have to be? The Stake Presidency has given you 10 steps to help you Stay on the Path. Use those steps and you will be able to over come all things. I bear you this witness in the name of Jesus Christ.


1:00 2:10 PM: Sacrament Meeting 2:15 3:00 PM: Sunday School* 3:10 4:00 PM: Elders Quorum/Relief Society

Let our hearts and hands be stretched out in compassion toward others, for everyone is walking his or her own difficult path.
FHE Groups 2&4 at Miracle Bowl
Photo By: Ani Cabias

- Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Ward C ontacts
Ward Clerk: Danny Baranowski 801-376-8166 Relief Society President: Kate Smith 801-669-3591 Elders Quorum President: Sam Garcia 801-318-1075 Activities Co-Chairs: Ranae Morgan 636-293-4027 and Aaron Nelson 801-694-2045 FHE Co-Chairs: Aaron Bylund 801-709-0223 or Julie Mountjoy 801-427-3939 Ward Mission Leader: Andrew Roach 801-616-2117 Full-time missionaries assigned to our stake: 801-9211039 Building Rep: Jonathan Landon 801-318-1892 Employment Specialist: Ellery Stone 801-787-7218

Have A Wonderful Birthday Aracely Rodriguez August 8th Bijay Shrestha August 8th Justin Andersen August 11th Jamie Beck August 12th Paola Arcia August 14th Rohit Khetan August 16th Leslie Kay August 19th Lina Rosario August 20th Renon Riedler August 20th


STEP 1: Click on the link above Step 2: In the upper right-hand corner double click on the sign in Step 3: Double click register for an LDS Account Step 4: Type in your church Membership Record Number*, along with your Date of Birth, and the letters given in the image, then double click next step Step 5: Continue following the instructions outlined on the screen and then your set-up will be complete.
*Your membership # is located on your temple recommend. If you do not have a recommend you can get your number by texting Danny Baranowski.

Activity/Sports Night!
6 pm: Basketball (Cultural Hall) 7 pm: ASL Class (R.S. Room) 7 pm: Spanish Class (Primary Room) 8:20 pm: Volleyball (Cultural Hall)

(Left) Jonathan Landon, Veronica Anaya, and Ellery Stone laughing it up at a ward FHE activity Photo by Ani Cabias

Plus other surprises all night long! See you there! -Gustavo


If you are not sure who you are assigned to visit E.Q. contact: Ken Cline R.S. contact: Kristin Burrell Home Teaching Message:

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o Could your scripture study use a jumpstart? Teachers: Would you like some help with your lesson? Check out the Sunday School Blog at, or find it through the Stake website at o Looking for a job? Is your company hiring? Your Ward Employment Specialist would like to know! Email or connect with the ward specialist (Ellory Stone) with/for employment openings and job opportunities o Sign up now to join others in the stake to do Family History indexing! Please contact Shannon Dame or Blake Larson, Stake Family History Co Chairs, for more information, or visit o For interviews with the Stake Presidency, contact o Brian Thomas at (801) 589-9211 o David Clawson at (801) 427-9030

Use your QR scanner on your smart phone to access the stake website

"Charity is having patience with someone who has let us down. It is resisting the impulse to become offended easily. It is accepting weaknesses and shortcomings. It is accepting people as they truly are. It is looking beyond physical appearances to attributes that will not dim through time. It is resisting the impulse to categorize others. - Thomas S. Monson o8ItJ7CEcjLdDlSWFVaX1hCdzAtZGxvdnp3ZlVPa1E&hl=en _US#gid=0

Who has the better bowling follow-thru, Cory Bylund (left) or Daniel Woo?
Photo by: Ani Cabias

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