Keepers of What Matters Most: A Young Woman's Guide to Living the Values (Bookshelf eBook)(edit)
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Throughout time, righteous women have served as keepers of God's truths. The message of their lives — preserved in scripture — serves as a reminder to the world of what they stood for and what they believed.
Young Women today can also demonstrate by the way they live that they are witnesses of Christ and protectors of God's word, especially as they seek to live the Young Women values. In this unique volume, author Emily Freeman helps young women establish what each value means to them personally — what it is and what it isn't how that value is represented in daily thoughts and actions, and what they can do to make it a meaningful part of their lives. Each chapter of the book encourages readers to ask, “What is my message to the world? And, as a keeper of what matters most, how can my message make a difference?”
- Paperback: 7" x 7"
- Pages: 160
About the Author
Emily Freeman took her first creative writing class in high school and has loved writing ever since. She finds great joy in studying the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Her deep love of the scriptures comes from a desire to find their application in everyday life. She is the author of several books, including The Ten Virgins; 21 Days Closer to Christ; and The Promise of Enough. There is nothing Emily enjoys more for breakfast than a bowl of vanilla ice cream, raspberries, and chocolate chips. Other favorites include parades, vacations, firework displays, and going for a long walk with a good friend. Emily and her husband, Greg, live in Lehi, Utah, with their four children, whom she adores.
Good except for one photo
by Customer - reviewed on January 17, 2012
I was so excited to purchase this book for my daughter for her 12th birthday. I bought it early and read through it excitedly remembering all the YW Values I grew up with. Plus the added value of "virtue" was inspiring to read about. I loved it all. However, I did have to change one of the photos in the book (page 148). One of the YW in the photo is wearing a shirt that is tight and revealing. <sad!> I could completely see the outline of her bosom and thought it was inappropriate. There are other pictures in the book that show YW wearing tight shirts, but they are layered over and look modest. <sigh> Sorry, it's just one of the things we try to be cautious about. No we don't live in UT, we live in the Southeast.
by olivia - reviewed on July 14, 2012
i liked the book because it was something to read on a sunday morning and it helped me with my personal progress!!!!! and it has nice and inspirational quotes.
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