By: Don Bowman, Moroni Channel
Kentucky, USA


We should love all men those within our circle of friends and those without our circle of friends. This counsel was given to Thomas B. Marsh. We should not love a certain section (clicks) of our friends above others. Therefore we should consider all especially when having stewardship over them. This suggest that we should not cater to a particular group of people but to be a friend of all. Of course we can have a circle of friends that we feel safe in, and of similar interest, yet not at the expense of the ill treating, or the scoffing and judging of others. ​

“Be thou humble; and the Lord thy God shall lead thee by the hand, and give thee answer to thy prayers. I know thy heart, and have heard thy prayers concerning thy brethren. Be not partial towards them in love above many others, but let thy love before them as for thyself; and let thy love abound unto all men, and unto all who love my name.”

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Dr. Don W. Bowman

Dr. Don Bowman is a Dentist with more than 38 Years of experience planning, developing, implementing and practicing Dentistry. He had all the skills to operate a large practice of Dentistry including, accounting, marketing and the handling of the employees. He served in the navy for Two Years. He won awards in marketing for yellow page add and radio add. Married to a lovely wife for 43 years and have 7 Children and 35 Grand Children. He also served as a Bishop, a high counselor, an Elder’s quorum president and a Stake Mission President. ​
DMD, Dentistry
University of Louisville – Louisville, KY
Minor in French and was trained in orthodontics in Columbus Ohio.

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