This year (2020) I was invited to share my thoughts in Sunstone's “Why I Stay” plenary session for their conference.
My testimony is an artisan vintage white cheddar. It has a bold flavor, hard texture and had to be aged a long time and bathed in a salt brine. It won't look, taste, or smell, like yours, but it's mine and I love it.
I recently did an interview for the Mormon Matters podcast on the topic of how we can give our children seeds of faith that can grow with them into and throughout adulthood.
I have been focusing on what words I use in my own testimony, how consciously choosing my words has changed my testimony for the better, and that when we try to conform our unique understanding of God to a set of commonly used phrases we sacrifice depth for conformity.