The most passionate man I know for the Word

And this is his confession: “I have gone astray like a lost sheep.” Ps. 119:176

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Let me introduce myself to new readers

Let me introduce myself.  My name is Elon Todd Wood.  I cherish my first name, Elon.  It is a name that can be traced all the way back to the 1700s among the men in our family genealogy.  Also, Elon is a biblical name, where the Semitic roots provide the Hebrew meaning of oaks.  Hence, […]

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A Baptist Preacher’s Invitation to His LDS Friends (2010)

(1) Hey, I hear that reading the Old Testament is the scheduled reading for Latter-Day Saints in 2010.  Is that true?  If so, I am excited to read the KJV Old Testament with you all.  I would like to stay connected on this, book by book. (2) Secondly, I want you all to buy a slim book […]

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Merry Christmas!

It has been a great two days of worship with my family, our church family (Christmas Eve Candlelight Service), and then with my wife’s family. Tonight, as I read through the Christmas cards, I worship the Lord anew.  Here are some sampling of the joy written in the cards which we have received: In the […]

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LDS elders will step in & save the Constitution

LDS Rammell, seeking to run for political office in Idaho, hopes to stir his LDS brethren in private meetings.

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I had the heart of Grinch!

These lyrics (and please listen to the song) described the old Todd Wood. :) My own moralism couldn’t help me.  I tried and tried and tried.  But the gracious Gospel flowing through the Christ of Christmas sets me free. I am beaming from ear to ear, friends.

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Mary, did you know?

Buddy Greene is coming to Southeastern Idaho in September 2010.  One of the families in our church is inviting us all to their ranch to listen and sing with Buddy in a big, outdoor barn.  It will be a great harvest festival. This has got to be one of my favorite Christmas songs, originating with […]

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Meyer, Mormons, and Vampires

John Granger takes a hermeneutical stab at interpreting Meyer’s big hit series in our American pop culture over at “Touchstone”. I was a little taken back by this quote: Carlisle Cullen was born in the mid-1660s, the same period when historic Mormonism was born in Europe. Someone needs to flesh this out a little more for […]

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