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A reformed communist guerilla. A Utah Supreme Court chief justice. A best-selling mystery novelist. A survivor of Stalin's Gulag prison system. A mom negotiating the ups and downs of teenage angst. These are just a few of the Mormon women who share their stories in the pages of the this brand new, beautifully photographed book.
In 1996, travel writer James Kimball and photographer Kent Miles endeavored to bring to the wider world the stories of Mormon women. The project, which was years in the making, took them to every corner of the globe.
This volume features fourteen of the interviews Kimball and Miles conducted. The stories are told by the women themselves, in their own various and wonderfully unique voices.
Despite all the differences of culture, language and background, a unifying theme binds these women together. They all believe that what has given them the strength to grow and succeed is their faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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by Customer - reviewed on July 05, 2009
A very genuine insight into the life struggles and successes of real LDS women. You will be inspired!