About the Authors:
Nathan Pinnock studied at Utah State University, the University of Utah, and Atelier LeSueur in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration at Brigham Young University. Between years of school, Nate served a mission in Frankfurt, Germany. He illustrated books and magazines for fifteen years and now spreads his time between his illustration, sculpture, fine art, and teaching. He is a creator. His paintings and books can be found in galleries, businesses, and homes across America. Nate lives in Holladay with his wife, Alison, and kids.
In my opinion:
My goal for the year is to have family home evening every week no matter what. Family home evening is a program to "help families strengthen bonds of love with each other as well as provide an atmosphere where parents can teach their children principles of the gospel." I decided to share John Bytheway's book, The Sacrament as part of the lesson. Although it was hard for my three year old to sit and listen to the story, he enjoyed the illustrations. Of course, the illustrations were beautiful and some made me laugh out loud. Some reminded me that we aren't perfect, we are just trying our best. We go to church to partake of the sacrament and to renew our covenants. I loved how Bytheway included the symbols of the sacrament at the end of his book. The purpose of the sacrament is to remember Jesus throughout the week and follow his perfect example. I know I will read this book many times to my family as I try to teach them about the gospel.
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