Category Archives: Stories

Where is the Office for EGO Processing?

A humble doctor can be just as capable and skilled as a proud doctor, and can have just as much confidence in his own ability, but his meekness makes him able to accept correction and acknowledge his own mistakes, and … Continue reading

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Going Off Course

We don’t want to reach the finish line and then discover that we have skipped part of the trail. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Recently I ran a trail half marathon near Bryce Canyon, and I have been thinking about … Continue reading

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Ministering for Sociophobes: A Practical Guide

If you have social phobia, please know that there are positive things you can do about it. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One of my earliest memories of social anxiety was when I delivered an invitation to the next-door neighbors … Continue reading

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Confidence in Our Special Knowledge

Just as a physician develops special skills and knowledge through years of apprenticeship, all of us can become disciples of the Savior and be recipients of special light and knowledge. by Rand Colbert, MD A few days before graduation, my … Continue reading

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Help My Unbelief

Have you ever held a sick baby through the night? It makes you think about a lot of things. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One Saturday night I woke up around midnight to the sound of my baby crying. It … Continue reading

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To be Learned is Good If…

Achievement and learning are a means to an end, not the end in itself. by Rand Colbert, MD As a child I developed a deep love of reading. As would seem natural for any boy with an inclination for the … Continue reading

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A British Summer: My Experience as a Mormon Missionary

My missionary service has pointed me towards everything good I have done in my adult life since that time. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD On this day twenty years ago, I started my two years of service as a full … Continue reading

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