The Two Great Commandments | Jordan Gundersen

What We Often Miss About the Two Great Commandments

Over the past several weeks since BYU updated the Honor Code and the CES Department clarified the interpretation, many tears have been shed, many tempers have flared, and much ink has been spilled—on both sides of the issue. One side says, “We must love our neighbor.” The other side says,

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Central To The Creator’s Plan

I’m currently writing this while holding my second child in my arms as she sleeps. She hasn’t slept too well (and neither has mom) the past couple of days because our toddler insists that the whole neighborhood hear his demands for attention. This makes our life difficult as parents because

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Benefits of Budgeting

7 Benefits of Budgeting

In this week’s post, I’m going to talk to you about a topic that is sure to make you the star of every dinner party. Ok, probably not. But it may help you afford to even attend dinner parties. That topic is budgeting. Budgeting is incredibly important for financial health,

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Managing Money

3 Basic Principles To Help You Manage Money

I’ve always had a thing with money. Not always a good thing- usually a lot of stress and worry. Much of this came from my money experiences growing up. In fact, much of what we believe about money comes from our experiences in childhood. When I was a kid, my

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4 Life Lessons I Learned From John Stockton

I was just a kid when John Stockton and the Utah Jazz were competing in the NBA Finals against Michael Jordan and the Bulls. And when I say kid, I mean that I was 5 years old. However, I have very vivid memories of watching the games, cheering when the Jazz

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