Why Mary Dyer Deserves Her Own Google Doodle

This is a repost from a blog I wrote three years ago. Recent events show me that Mary's story will always be relevant until religious freedom is universal.  Mary Dyer willingly walked to the gallows and was hanged 357 years ago as the first woman martyr on American soil. She had waited her turn at the gallows before. She... Continue Reading →

Lessons From Little Red Riding Hood

Skipping along the path of life, Little Red’s heart was full of joy as she whistled with the birds and inhaled the fragrance of the wildflowers on the way to her grandmother's house.  Her mother had warned her not to dally, but it was such a glorious day she couldn’t help but stop to pick... Continue Reading →

Things I Found in Common With The Witness Wore Red

While I was reading, "The Witness Wore Red," I was surprised by how much I could relate to Rebecca's life in the Fundamental LDS Church. I’ve never met anyone from the FLDS church. So why have I found so much in common with the daughter of an FLDS polygamist? No one in my family would... Continue Reading →

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