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    A Mormon Bishop's Guidebook - Advice from the trenches

    AWESOME! Thank you cdowis for sharing this with your friend. This is exactly what I was hoping for. :)
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    A Mormon Bishop's Guidebook - Advice from the trenches

    Thanks Lehi. The text can really help 1st and 2nd counselors, Ward Clerks, Executive Secretaries, Elder's Quorum Presidents and High Priest Group Leaders and the Welfare section would help a Relief Society President. I think the stories in the beginning are good as well. : )
  3. Link to a Mormon Bishop's Guidebook - Click HERE [Over 50 pages of material] Simple tips, written by a recently released Bishop. One man's attempt to help those who lead. From the first page: "Early in my calling I found myself wishing the church had a handbook, or guide, just for Bishop’s. Yes, the church has handbooks, and Handbook 1 is for Stake Presidents and Bishop’s. However, they are designed for a broad worldwide church, designed to help a Bishop in Cape Town, South Africa as well as one in Anchorage, Alaska. I was looking for more down to earth, rubber meets the road guidance. I believe I could have been much more effective if I didn’t have to walk the ‘school of hard knocks’ that first year. A little help would have gone a long way. I get it, you need to experience many things yourself. Just a little help though, up front, would have made me more effective and helped me be a better minister early in my service." This was written to help other leaders who could use a little extra guidance during those early months. I've heard from Bishops and Stake Presidents all over the world thanking me for the information. If there's anything you think that should be added, please let me know. Enjoy!
  4. Time lapse created over a month's time. Watch how a family finds strength by gathering together as a family - Twice A Day. Short Video - 2 min Enjoy!