"It's never too late to become who you could have been."
And that's about as good as it gets! I like a happy man!
How cool is that? I've known so many men who, upon being released from being the bishop, have requested the chance to serve in the Primary. Anyone who thinks of a Primary calling as "banishment" is totally missing out!
I LOVE this! He does look happy and I have heard reports that the kids and leaders alike, love him too.
He does look at peace. This is a nice picture.
That makes me happy, too!One of the best nursery leaders we ever had was the just-released bishop. Chloe hated nursery up until then and once he got in, she'd only go to him and she loved it.
My husband loves primary. It is his favorite calling. A calling he has never held, unfortunately. However, when he substitutes, he comes back happy as well.
That's the place my hubs wanted to go after he was released in November.He looks like a happy man.
There's nothing better than feeling like you have the best calling ever. Bonus if it's also fun. :)
Aw, what a great guy you have, lady.
That is the way to serve and show your faith, with a smile on your face.
From Bishop to Primary? I love it:)
Of course he's happy -- he's in his dream job!If only all outgoing bishops could pick their next job. I wonder how many would end up in primary.Glad he's having fun and relaxing a little.
It's his reward for his years as Captain. And I bet the kids LOVE him!!
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