On Sunday, Mitt Romney spoke to hundreds of LDS mid-single adults about lessons he's learned in his life that have strengthened his faith.
Mitt and Ann Romney spoke to a beyond-capacity crowd of mid-single members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday about lessons learned through their life's journeys.
Through jokes and stories, the former presidential candidate encouraged those present to develop testimonies of the LDS Church and make decisions about the things that are most important.
"I’m going to live in a way that’s consistent with my values. And if I miss and I fall, I’m going to try again," he told listeners to tell themselves. . . .
Ann Romney was the first to address the gathering. She said she was grateful that her husband was willing to stand up for what he saw as right, even if it was unpopular to do so.
"Right is right," she said. "Good is good. God is always the same. It just is wonderful to know that I’m married to a person who will stand for what is right."