This remarkable book is certain to help converts and lifelong members rapidly gain a detailed understanding of the day-to-day life of a committed member of the Church. Written in a light conversational tone to facilitate easy reading and understanding, this remarkable book covers the gospel experience from A (Aaronic Priesthood) to Z (Zion) and tackles questions many may wonder about but be afraid to ask.
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An absolute must for converts
by Kelly - reviewed on October 24, 2002
This book is an absolute must for any new convert. A perfect gift for baptisms. 'Mormon life' can be a bewildering experience for new members. We found ourselves referring to it all the time. We still do :)
Great book, helps alot.
by Christopher - reviewed on December 15, 2000
It is a great book, It has helped alot as I walk down the path to converting. I would be totally lost with out it.
Light and interesting
by Kathy - reviewed on January 20, 2003
I am a serious investigator. This book is very good not only to converts, but to investigators or anyone just interested in Mormon life. The authors keep it light and interesting, but cover all the possible questions a person may have. )
A Must Have in Everyone's Library
by Sheree - reviewed on February 24, 2009
This is one of those books everyone should have a copy of in their libraries. The reason for making this statement is that even though I have been a member for over 30 years now, I still found topics I discovered I knew less than I thought I did. Another reason is this is the perfect book for explaining one of the many terms/concepts we as Mormon's take for granted to someone who may be either curious about our religion and or a great resource for better explaining the principle than we might be able to in our own words. This thought also applies to helping our leaders better understand some of what is expected of them/us in their/our callings. Final comment on this book, it is going to be added to our buildings library for those with questions that would be better explained in layman's terms as this book clearly does for everyone seeking answers to potential questions about our to us normal religion but to others outside - a bit quirky/mystifying religion.