When we look for the good, we will find it; and isn't that really what we want to find? When we focus on love and charity, we focus on the greatest of all virtues. Jesus Christ is always our example and role model. These are some of the thoughts included in this book of letters to missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, written by Ritchey and Fonda Marbury as they served as mission president and companion from July 1978, through June 1981. The stories, poems, antidotes, and quotations will motivate and inspire readers to continue to love one another; and to quote from one of the missionaries serving with them at that time, to "go for greatness."
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About the Author
Ritchey and Fonda Marbury have been married for more than 50 years and live in Albany, Georgia. They served for three years as mission president and companion in the Idaho Pocatello and Idaho Boise Missions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Of his many church callings, Ritchey says his favorite was serving as den dad during the time his son was a cub scout, but serving with full time missionaries runs a close second. At age 75, Ritchey still works as a civil engineer and land surveyor, where he holds registrations in both professions. He plans to slow down to a 40-hour work week at age 100, but he has no plans to slow down doing what he can for his church and Heavenly Father.