The Relief Society is the world’s largest organization for women, and I have been asked to accept the position of president of our local chapter. My Bishop (unpaid pastor/reverend) called me into his office almost a month ago to tell me he felt strongly that the Lord wanted me to be the new Relief Society president in our ward (congregation organized by geographical location). He said he had had my name on his mind for two weeks and had been praying and pondering whether this was a position right for me. I interpreted this to mean that Bishop had tried to get me out of it for two weeks before the Lord fully assured him that I’m it. I appreciate his efforts I’m grateful for this opportunity to serve the women and their families. My dear friend Jessica (who serves as RS president in her ward) told me it was a blessing to wake up every day knowing what you could do to serve the Lord and His people. I believe that. I also know I have two little children whose lives I cannot wildly interrupt just because I have this assignment. After all, my first priority will always be to my own family. I’m grateful, nervous, humbled and anxious to see what awaits.