Monday, December 3, 2012

Self Reliant and Respectful

"As Church members we desire not only economic, emotional, intellectual and social self-reliance
 for our children, but also spiritual self-reliance as well. It is a prerequisite to service. It is a key to spiritual growth and progress. Becoming temporally and spiritually self-reliant works wonders in people's lives — it is living in the Lord's way, she said. An important part of becoming self-reliant is how children are taught in their homes."   -Sis. Daryl Hoole

Here is a great article from the LDS Church News about Sister Daryl Hoole. It is a great article about a talk she gave on Nov. 14, at BYU, about the importance of teaching our children to be self-reliant and respectful. Here is the link: