We can’t change the trail we have in life, but we can make the hike easier if we change what’s in our pack. Many of us carry around things that make the journey harder than it needs to be! This is an excerpt from the DVD, “What’s In Your Backpack?” which was filmed at Weber… [Read More]
There you are, feeling secure out in left field, when, suddenly, life hits you a line drive. Good thing you’ve thought things out in advance. This is the life! I found myself thinking as I stood in left field in my baggy white uniform, enjoying the sunshine and the scent of freshly cut grass. Little… [Read More]
Here is a brief experience, I shared at Time Out For Women, about teaching at a prison as compared to being the bishop of my ward. It isn’t about distance, it’s about direction! Come join me live!
It couldn’t come up to get me, but I could come down to it. And that was the danger. I was never involved in any fights in high school. I’m glad I wasn’t. I’m not very big, and I don’t find great joy in cuts and bruises. But one time I got into a fight… [Read More]
I hope this small video on keeping the Sabbath day holy can help to supplement your family gospel lessons. Many other gospel topics to help spark discussion with your family about important gospel principles can be found on my DVD: Family Night with John Bytheway!
Feeling friendless? Don’t drown in self-pity. Use these basic lifesaving principles to help yourself and others. One summer afternoon, at the close of a wonderful youth conference, a young man approached me and asked, “What can I do to make people like me?” The tears in his eyes were evidence that he often felt alone… [Read More]
In this short video, learn some great techniques that will help you better understand Isaiah. Learn how to navigate further through the Isaiah National Forest with Isaiah for Airheads.