Walk by Faith

Walk by Faith A collection of stories for young Mormon women illustrating the values of faith divine nature individual worth knowledge choice and accountability good works and integrity

  • Title: Walk by Faith
  • Author: Ardeth Greene Kapp
  • ISBN: 9780875796949
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of stories for young Mormon women illustrating the values of faith, divine nature, individual worth, knowledge, choice and accountability, good works, and integrity.

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    1. This book has one of my favorite stories in it - about wearing red and eating chocolate cake. It has to do with how Satan will get us to do things we would never think of doing by just eating a cookie with chocolate chips, cuz it's not chocolate cake. And then we eat white cake with chocolate frosting. Still OK. And before you know it you're eating chocolate cake! I was reminded of the story when listening to NPR about the gay marriage legislation in WA. They came right out and said that they st [...]

    2. I think anyone who has daughters, will have daughters, is a Young Women leader, etc. should definitely read this book. The chapter about the chocolate chips, etc. is the best. I wanted to do a lesson based on that story when I was Activity Day leader, too late now

    3. This heartfelt book is full of short essays and stories which illustrate the Young Women's values. Ardeth Greene Kapp draws on stories from her childhood, fables, and adult experiences to help Young Women (and not-so-young women) understand the joys and responsibilities of being a daughter of God.

    4. This was another spiritually uplifting book I read as an LDS Young Woman. It goes through each of the Young Women values and expands on what they each mean through stories, scriptures, etc.

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