A transcript and audio recording of Colin’s naming and blessing. Colin Everett Joyce received his baby blessing from his father, Dustin Tyler Joyce, during the sacrament meeting of the Bushwick 1st Branch on Sunday, 2 February 2014.
By David Hibdon | A story about loose hogs and a shotgun helps illustrate where Revelee Hibdon came from.
Originally posted on Dustin Tyler Joyce:
This past Saturday, 6 June, my daughter and I had our latest train adventure. Our destination: Waterbury, Connecticut, the northern terminus of Metro-North’s Waterbury Branch, the longest and easternmost of three branches off the New Haven Line. We boarded the New Haven Line train that leaves Grand Central at 10.02. After a brief stop at Harlem-125 St, this train runs express to Stamford, Connecticut, after which…
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All of us can share the pure love of Christ—and we all need to feel it from others.
Dustin grew to love home teaching as an Aaronic Priesthood holder serving as junior companion to an awesome Melchizedek Priesthood holder. When he was 15, he was asked to speak on home teaching in his stake’s general priesthood meeting. This is his talk.
Dustin has always had special affection for President Howard W. Hunter, the first president of the Church whose sustaining he remembers. Here Dustin relates stories from President Hunter’s childhood in a talk he gave in sacrament as a youth.
WordPress prepared an annual report for Dialann.org in 2014, with some intriguing info and insights for interested users.
Our family’s annual look back at the year that was.
(or, how I saved Christmas)
Growing up Mormon means you get early experience with public speaking.
“To enter the temple, a person must be morally clean, obeying the Word of Wisdom, paying a full tithing, and living in harmony with the teachings of the Church.” A talk Dustin gave in sacrament meeting in 1995 (give or take a year or two).
Understanding the priesthood, including its history and organization, is essential to understanding the Restoration of the gospel and the organization and mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The first talk Dustin ever gave in sacrament meeting, in the Charlotte 3rd Ward on 15 May 1994.
“Some people think reverence is just quietly sitting during meetings. But it is more than that. Reverence should be a way of life.” One of the talks Dustin gave in Primary while growing up.
“Love is the foundation for peace and righteousness in this life and for salvation in the life hereafter.” One of the talks Dustin gave in Primary while growing up.