“You have two years to serve the Lord, And the rest of your life to think about it.”
Making the right choice for life.
A note from The Idea Door:
This is a great movie and teachs some great lessons, not only for Young Men but for anyone. Larry Gelwix teaching many great principls as a coach, on the web site Missionarystrong.com he goes a little more indepth about being a stong and good person.
On his site he has a Downloadable Discussion Guide, After viewing the film Forever Strong, you can use the following questions to initiate deeper discussions on themes and vital life lessons found in Forever Strong.
Make sure you visit the web site to view more info.
VIDEO: Making the Tough Choice to Serve A Mission
Choosing to serve a mission is a choice many young LDS men and women have to make.
Giving up to two years of your life to serve the Lord was not an easy decision for John Kimball, former Highland rugby player. He turned to Coach Larry Gelwix for advice. (FULL STORY)
The Gospel Principles Behind Highland Rubgy
The principles of the Highland Rugby team are gospel based. (FULL STORY)
Watch and learn what former players learned from Coach Larry Gelwix.
CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE CREATED BY LIVING GOSPEL PRINCIPLES
Coach Larry Gelwix if often asked why the Highland Rugby players have such high values and expectations off the field.
“For two reasons,” Gelwix says. “Number one, it wins games and championships. And two, it produces championship boys.” (FULL STORY)
COACH LARRY GELWIX ON MAKING CHOICES
The Question to ask isn’t “what you want to be” but rather “who do you want to be.”
Coach Larry Gelwix, the assistant coaches, former players, and current players of the Highland Rugby program are all about making the right choices. Not just on the field but in life. This attitude is not just about a winning record (though 379 wins and just 9 losses, and 18 national championships are hard to ignore). It is about a winning life. (Full Story)
WHAT IS THE ESSENCE OF HONOR AND INTEGRITY?
By: Coach Larry Gelwix
The essence of lie is not the words you choose, but the message you convey. (Full Story)
THE IMPORTANCE OF MORAL ETHICS
By: Coach Larry Gelwix
In life there is a right and a wrong. We can’t not justify our moral ethical values.