The Lord's work is too vast, too arduous for any one people; God is indeed using more than one people for the accomplishment of His great and marvelous work. Orson F. Whitney
I just can't get this next piece of news off my mind.
The Church's Chief Information Officer (CIO), Joel Dehlin, recently started blogging see www.ldscio.org. Because of the Church's committment to identifying and developing technologies that will further the work of God, Brother Dehlin's stated purpose of the blog is "to have a gathering place for techies who want to understand more about the church's technology."
While it is true that Bro. Dehlin's blog is under the auspices of the church, and KYN-The Back Porch isn't, wouldn't it be terrific if this blog could become one of a number of forums in which we share ideas related to finding common ground with our communities, whether on a personal or institutional basis?
Since launching the Know Your Neighbor website, I have come in contact with many people who are trying to build bridges and to find common ground.
You are doing amazing things.
And I want to know more.
I want to know more about you, to share with you, to support you as we partner with the many people throughout the world that want to do good and be good just like we do.
So, tell me. Tell all of our community, more.
What concerns do you have about bridge-building and finding common ground?
What are you doing individually to build bridges? As a family? As an institution?