I've thought recently of the personal service of my wife and my first home teacher while in school at BYU. Chris Sutherland was from Alberta Canada, and visited us consistently every month, even though we were in college, busy with school, newly weds, and had a lot of other excuses. I don't think I've ever … Continue reading

So I remembered the other day a man named Ken Sato who obtained his masters degree in organizational behavior at BYU when I was there. He was more mature than most of the other's in our student ward, and being such, was wise about keeping certain things to himself. Thus it left a great impression … Continue reading