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Peace in the Backseat

by Joseph Walker | Adventures in Travel

We could listen to AM radio, which pretty much meant Mantovani or static (sometimes it was difficult for my...

The Privilege and Blessing of Work

by Joseph Walker | LDS Life

I appreciate a day off as much as the next worker bee. It's just the logic of Labor Day that throws me. I m...

Being Dad, and Being There

by Joseph Walker | Parenting

I was on the team. I practiced with the team. I ran out on the floor and did lay-ups before the game starte...

Gratitude First

by Joseph Walker | LDS Life

Now, keep in mind that I'm talking about a candy necklace here -- nothing special at all. It was just a str...

A Stand Up Kind of Guy

by Joseph Walker | Activities

Dad was, by nature, a "stand up" guy. Whenever a card game got intense, he'd stand up to make his play. Whe...

The Allure of "Right Now"

by Joseph Walker | Self Improvement

To illustrate this point, I tried an experiment with the group of ten-year-olds I was teaching at church. "...

Wisdom With A Gold Star

by Joseph Walker, LDS Living Magazine, Sep/Oct Issue | Self Improvement

Becky is Joe's five-going-on-fifteen-year-old daughter. She is in kindergarten, which means she's pretty mu...

Redeeming the Christmas Villain

by Joseph Walker | Holidays

He’s the one played by the big, intimidating-looking kid. I know this because that big, intimidating-lookin...

A Lesson in Excellence

by Joseph Walker | Parenting

One day, while Joe and I were sacrificing my right elbow to the gods of pull-start lawn mower engines, I no...

Do It Right

by Joseph Walker | Marriage & Relationships Self Improvement

Don’t get me wrong—my wife has great-looking legs. They’re short and stubby, but that’s not her fault. Blam...