Kevin Lindley and his wife stay busy raising three children. He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor. His two primary passions are seeking to understand the Gospel of Jesus Christ and helping others improve their lives. Anyone who spends much time around Kevin knows he thinks way too much, and he’s often eager to share his thought process with unwitting victims. Gospel topics, psychological theory, human nature, philosophy, and pretty much any aspect of the human experience are subject to examination. Kevin appreciates thoughtful feedback and welcomes respectful dialogue.
Whether the pain you and I experience comes from well-meaning mortals, clumsy co-travelers, dishonest deceivers, difficult circumstances, or our own missteps, the solution is the same. CONTINUE READING
Am I defined by my profession, my religion, my sexual attraction, my hobbies, my family, my politics, my past, my future…? Depending on the day and the circumstance my answer has been all of these and none of these. The instability of that question has led me to look for a better question. CONTINUE READING
Kristine Haglund recently wrote a provocative article at Religion & Politics, in which she DOES NOT draw that conclusion. She boldly addresses a few of the incongruities of Mormon culture CONTINUE READING