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"Where do I go from here?" It's a question almost every young adult woman asks herself in the years following her walk across the stage at high school graduation. What comes next? An education? A full-time mission? Marriage? A family? A career? The choices are not always predictable or easy to make. And with all the obstacles young women face today, it's often difficult to know what is right for your own life and purpose. In Where Do I Go from Here? young adult women are invited to step back and consider their gifts, their challenges, and the needs in their world and thus discover a sense of their own personal mission. The authors provide down-to-earth advice, spiritual insights, and personal accounts of women who have met these pivotal challenges with success. This encouraging book will help young adult women feel confident about their ability to make righteous choices suited to their individual circumstances as they discover a personal mission that will sustain them in their journey through life.
|Publisher:||Deseret Book Company|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Irene Ericksen is a native of Phoenix, Arizona, and was converted at age 26 to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. Before her children were born, she worked in the research department of the Church, studying women’s programs and concerns. During that time she served on the Young Women general board and shortly afterward completed a master’s degree in educational psychology at the University of Utah. She and her husband, David, have two sons and live in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jan Pinborough holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University. As an editor for the Ensign and Liahona magazines and later as a free-lance writer Sister Pinborough has written many articles and songs for Church publication. She has helped write several Church manuals and currently serves on the Church’s General Music Committee. She and her husband, Tom, are the parents of two daughters and live in Salt Lake City, Utah.