What’s Wrong with Simply Being Saints?

What’s Wrong with Simply Being Saints? The testimony and witness to simplicity is profoundly rooted in scriptural tradition and is most perfectly exemplified in the life of Jesus Christ. Our Latter-day Saint traditions are full of testimonies about the blessings of living more with less, of nurturing people rather than material stuff. The modern ‘simplicity movement” urges inward, outward, and corporate simplicity. Perhaps we should take note and support a return to simplicity among the Saints.

Charlee Banks, Dale Lecheminant