Tuesday, December 4, 2018


“The best food storage is not in welfare grain elevators but in sealed cans and bottles in the homes of our people. What a gratifying thing it is to see cans of wheat and rice and beans under the beds or in the pantries of women who have taken welfare responsibility into their own hands,” Gordon B. Hinckley.

WEEK 1: Rice

WEEK 2: Canned vegetables

WEEK 3: Mixes (cakes, brownies, cookies, muffins, pancakes)

WEEK 4: Bouillon, flavored gelatin, hard candy

Monday, November 5, 2018


"When we really get into hard times where goods are scarce or there is none at all... money may be no good, for there may be nothing to buy, and you cannot eat money," President J. Reuben Clark.

WEEK 1: Cooking oil/shortening

WEEK 2: Yeast

WEEK 3: Flour

WEEK 4: Baking soda, baking powder, cornstarch, baking supplies

Saturday, November 3, 2018


Join us tonight at 7:00 p.m., for the adult session of stake conference at the stake center (Eagle Shores Building--549 S. 1525 W.). The general session will be held Sunday at 10:00 a.m., and will be broadcast to the Ranches, Hunter's Creek and Quail Crossing buildings.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018


Instant Potatoes $3.75 per pouch
Peanut Butter $3.50 per jar

For home storage center locations, click HERE.

Saturday, October 6, 2018


“The only safety we have as members of this church is to … give heed to the words and commandments that the Lord shall give through His prophet. There will be some things that take patience and faith. You may not like what comes from the authority of the Church. It may contradict your [personal] views. It may contradict your social views. It may interfere with some of your social life. But if you listen to these things, as if from the mouth of the Lord Himself, with patience and faith, the promise is that ‘the gates of hell shall not prevail against you; … and the Lord God will disperse the powers of darkness from before you, and cause the heavens to shake for your good, and his name’s glory’." - Harold B. Lee

Friday, October 5, 2018


Tomorrow is General Conference! Check out the following tips from The Mormon Home to help improve your general conference experience.

LOOK FOR JESUS CHRIST: All things testify of Jesus Christ (Moses 6:63) so look for Him in all things. In general conference you will find teachings about his life, example, power, Atonement and impact in the lives of those who follow Him.

LOOK FOR INSPIRATION: Pay attention to thoughts and feelings from the Spirit, even if they have nothing to do with the talks. Those impressions and ideas may be the very thing God wants you to know.

LOOK UP SCRIPTURES: Scriptures referenced by the speaker can deepen your understanding of the talk. Keep a list of verses to look up later.

LOOK FOR ANSWERS: "As you prepare for conference, I invite you to ponder questions you need to have answered. There are messages in each general conference given as a gift and a blessing from heaven specifically for our personal life situations," Deiter F. Uchtdorf.

LOOK FOR LISTS: Sometimes the speaker will provide a list of ideas, applications or truths. Sometimes you may feel impressed to create your own lists.

LOOK FOR WORDS: Certain words or phrases might jump out at you. They feel important, like they are meant just for you! Write them down.

LOOK FOR BLESSINGS: Look for blessings that are promised and blessings already received. Listing blessings helps increase gratitude.

For a printable copy of this list, click HERE.