While I cherish my writing and speaking careers, nothing is more important to me than my family and my faith. Both influence me every single day and in every single thing I do.

I am a Christian.

Specifically, I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We are sometimes referred to as “Mormons” or “Latter-day Saints”, but they are simply nicknames.

Occasionally I write columns about my faith or on topics that might be more interesting to fellow members of the Church. The majority of work will appeal to Christians of all types, and even to those who do not belong to any organized religion.

I have deep respect for the freedom of religion. I am grateful for our rights to believe and worship as we choose, or not at all.

I invite you to learn more. I’d love to answer questions you have about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and explain the happiness it brings my family. Please use the contact form and reach out to me anytime. You may also contact me on Facebook or Twitter.

Additional resources:

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

What Mormons Believe

Wright Words: I am a Mormon

Wright Words: Why I’m a Mormon

Wright Words: Mormons don’t celebrate Christmas, and others myths

Wright Words: Returned LDS missionary talks about mental illness and early release

Wright Words: A day in the life of missionaries in Baltimore, Maryland

Wright Words: A day in the life of missionaries in Woodstock, Virginia

Wright Words: 11 can’t miss tips for successful missionaries

Wright Words: Lutherans and Mormons wage battle in Virginia

Wright Words: We share our favorite restaurant, but what about our faith?

Wright Words: Meet an alcoholic husband, father, bishop

Wright Words: The Mitt Romney effect on Mormon curiosity

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2 Responses

  1. Dear Jason, I read your article on Katie Evans who was killed in a car crash leaving behind 6 children including twins. I could hardly get through your article with out crying, it was so moving to hear your interview with Jacob Evans. What touched me the most was Jacob talking about his wife and what she would wanted to happen, simple forgiveness. I have no doubt this family will do well in the coming times, with church family around them that is a big part of this story. It was a well written article, I don’t think it could of been reported any better.
    God Bless

  2. Hello Jason.

    My journey has been similar to yours. This coming May, on my birthday in fact, will mark 30 years since Dad went home with the Lord. Christmas is a bit melancholy for me as I greet and embrace the memories of loved ones, friends, and indeed comrades from my years in the service of our country. It doesn’t get easier with the passing years, but I still look forward to it oddly enough.

    May God keep you in the palm of His hand through these moments.

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