We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father by Jen Brewer (Blog Tour Review)

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We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father: Striving to Live the Young Women ValuesWe Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father
Striving to Live the Young Women Values
by Jen Brewer
LDS Nonfiction
Paperback & ebook, 163 Pages
August 11th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media

Summary

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, and all young women.

   

My Review

We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father was simple, informative, inspiring, and full of purpose. I've never thought about the Young Women theme in the way presented in this book, nor have I ever broken it down as Brewer did. It helped the theme become more meaningful and enabled me to better apply it and internalize it more than I've ever done before.

Included are twenty-one short chapters about each aspect of the theme. I liked that this included the history of how the theme came to be and why certain parts were chosen to be included. There definitely is the opportunity here to really make the theme an integral part of being a young woman and a woman in general as we all strive to do as the theme suggests.

I'd recommend We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father to young women, leaders, parents of young women, and women in general as a resource and inspiration for more fully understanding the Young Women theme and better implementing it in their lives. It was definitely worth the read and would be a great gift for new Beehives or Young Women leaders.

Source: I would like to thank Cedar Fort for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Jen Brewer got her degree in dietetics from BYU, married her husband, and spent the next 10 years traipsing around the country with him as he pursued a medical degree, while adding children to their ever-growing family. They have now settled in Minnesota, where she works full time as a mother of 7, as well as pursues her passions of nutrition education, speaking to the youth, and writing. She speaks often to various groups of all ages. Her passion is reaching out to the youth and helping them see their true potential in the kingdom of God. She is a popular speaker at education week youth track, as well as at stakes and wards all over the country.


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