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We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father: Striving to Live the Young Women Values
Learn the importance of the words you repeat each week. This inspirational book helps you better understand the Young Women theme by breaking down each section and sharing the story of how and why the theme was created. Discover your divine potential and how important you are in God’s plan! Thought provoking and uplifting, this book offers new insights for parents, leaders ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 11th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media
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I was interested to read a book about the Young Women theme. As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the young women (girls ages 12-18) have an opportunity to repeat a theme each Sunday. When I first started attending young women, the theme would change every year. This theme was introduced before I graduated from high school and has been repeated every Sunday ever since. There have been a couple of additions over the years and the author did a great job explaining why th ...more
This book goes into what the Young Women Theme really means and how it came about and why. Each chapter gives examples, scriptures, stories and additional resources to look at. In the back of the book are questions with room to write goals, what you want to know, what questions do you want to find answers to. (If you get the ebook than write the questions down in journal or notebook just for that.) I did not take the time to answer the questions but would love to go back and read again slower an ...more
I gained some new insights and want to be just a little better at incorporating the values into my character. I don't usually enjoy books like this because they feel like a decent sacrament meeting talk which I would rather hear than read. I like the principle of "wanna wanna". ...more
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