Monday, November 10, 2008

It's not BYU, but...

We still get some amazing speakers here at EA. Craig C. Christensen of the First Quorum of the Seventy (He gave a talk in General Conference last April called A Book With a Promise) with his wife, as well as the Tucson Mission President and his wife, addressed the Gila Valley young single adults in a fireside last night.
Elder Christensen spoke about the importance of having the Spirit and being able to discern the messages we are given. Why does the Spirit have so many names? Because it has so many functions.
President Walker talked about passing The Test. It's not about lessons and it's not about meetings. It's about living the Gospel of Jesus Christ every day. What is good knowing about Christ if we don't know Christ?

I hope everyone in Arizona enjoyed last week's Stake Conference Broadcast. It made me grateful to live in THE Valley. Life is good!

We also visited with another noteworthy person yesterday. His name is Tom Rose and he is over a hundred years old. He is a billionaire who says he's going to die broke because he's giving it all to charity. He's told me twice that I should go to Hollywood and become and actor. I don't know. What do you think Mom and Dad? Should I quit college to make movies? :)
Here's an article about our friend Tom:


  1. Hello Bryan and Tanner, I am Wendy's sister and I thought you should know you are celebrities in our family. Will you please send an autographed picture to my dad? He will be so excited- and he doesn't get excited about much. Thanks for taking good care of Wendy- she needs all the help she can get!

  2. Oh Tanner, AND Bryan.

    I just LOVE that you posted this! I so enjoyed this fireside.

    I happen to also LOVE the fact I am living in The VALLEY.

    Ashli and I are going to start our Snapercise right now.