Jason F. Wright

Jason F. Wright is a New York Times best-selling author of 10 books including "Christmas Jars," "The 13th Day of Christmas," and his latest, "The 96th Annual Apple Valley Barn Dance." He's also a political commentator whose editorials have appeared in newspapers nationwide. Jason has appeared on FoxNews, CNN, and dozens of local and national radio shows.

Jason is married to Kodi Erekson Wright. They have two girls and two boys and are members of the Woodstock Branch in the Winchester Virginia Stake. He can be reached at jwright@deseretnews.com, applevalleybarndance.com or www.jasonfwright.com.


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It might just be a popular song on the radio, but its message is dangerous and destructive. Nearly everyone I've known with a broken marriage attributes the death of the relationship to the birth of another.
Perhaps your church, like mine, doesn’t have a sign 15 feet from the road. But if it did, what would it say?
Does the Lord sometimes link memories to demonstrate their importance?
How a trip to a Lowe's in Woodstock, Virginia, taught father and son that every customer matters, every item is worth finding, and no one should give a hoot how old you are.
Sterling and Shelli Gardner discuss their decision to step down from Utah-based Stampin' Up! to serve an LDS mission.
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Heather Burton was climbing her way to a valuable life lesson. The most important things we learn don’t always come in a classroom. They hit us when we least expect them — like on sunny Friday after...
While I have faith our relationships with my kids will endure beyond this life and into the next, it is my wife who is my best friend, my eternal companion, my co-head coach and the one with whom I am equally y...
Logan Groll of Winchester, Virginia, is on a new kind of mission. He wants to help other LDS missionaries who've returned home early for health reasons find peace.
The story of the homeless man or woman you see every day might just surprise you.