1980s icons Cary Elwes and Christopher Lloyd have signed on to appear in the Mormon-produced cable series “Granite Flats.”
God had not seen fit to give me another baby, but he did bring me a dog, an introspective black mutt who’d been discarded at an animal shelter. I think I needed him just as much as he needed me.
I’m the original anti-clutter warrior, but I’ve met my Waterloo in my late mother’s papers. I just can’t throw them away.
Justin, if you want to get drunk, do it in your own mansion with your sports car safely in the multibay garage. Don’t mess with the precious lives of innocent people.
I’m going public with a new dream and goal: I want to write a YA novel. Here’s how I’m going to break it down into steps I can actually achieve . . . and how you can help with with some swift kicks in the butt.
The month of January is named for the Roman god Janus, the god of two faces—one looking forward, the other gazing back. Whatever your dreams are for the coming year, may you be able to gaze at the past without regret and the future without fear.
This year, my favorite religious books included a riff on power from Andy Crouch, ruminations on birds and holiness from Debbie Blue, and a “Job through the ages” commentary from Mark Larrimore, as well as great novels by Mary Doria Russell and Lisa Samson.