CTR Ring Shop.com Blog!

My name is Brandon and I am the owner of CTR Ring Shop.com, a website that sells CTR rings. I created this blog because in the process of selling CTR rings, I had the opportunity hear so many inspiring CTR ring related stories. I figured there are enough Latter-day Saints with uplifting stories that could inspire so many others, as they have me. Through these stories, we can truly learn what CTR means. Feel free to share your story and check back often, as a new story will be posted as often as often as possible! Enjoy!


Little Things Make A Difference

I became a member in 2003 same year I married my eternal husband. I bought my first CTR ring, and one of my brothers came from Samoa for a holiday, he saw my ring and asked what C.T.R. stood for. I told him it means Choose The Right and explained to him that in our lives we have many temptations but we should always know what's right an what's wrong and we must then Choose The Right. My brother went back home and took the CTR ring of mine with him. In December of 2005 I heard great and exciting news that my brother decided to join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It was a blessing from above. I cried with tears of joy knowing in my heart that just that little talk I had with my brother about the CTR changed his whole life. I would like to share with all the brothers and sisters out there that no matter what you say or do; it's the little things that make a difference. I leave this with you all in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

Agnes Galuega
Carlingford NSW, Australia


A Grandmother And Her Missionary

I am a grandmother. Through out the years I have given CTR rings to my primary classes, my grandchildren. The children are excited to receive a CTR ring and want to do what is right. They are usually troubled when they loose their little adjustable ring. Now I am a grandmother of a new missionary. He requested a "designer" CTR ring before he left on his mission. What a wonderful surprise for him when he receives this beautiful ring. What a feeling in my heart to have a grandson out on a mission. He expressed how glad he was that his family suggested he go on a mission and that he would be a changed person when he returns. Life is good.

Patricia Wood
Lexington, KY