Sweet is the Work: Lessons From the First Sister Mssionaries by Breanna Olaveson -- Book Tour Review + Giveaway
About the Book
Young women serving as missionaries today are carrying on a noble legacy of faith and dedication that extends back to the early days of the Church. But who were the brave women who paved the way for modern-day sister missionaries? In Sweet Is the Work, author Breanna Olaveson delves into a previously unexplored history that demonstrates the unique ability of women to carry out the errand of angels. Discover the powerful experiences of twelve of the earliest sister missionaries, from the first single proselytizing women in 1898 to some of the wellknown sisters in Church history who were themselves pioneering missionaries. The women highlighted in this volume demonstrate the valiant and noble history of sister missionaries in an account that is sure to inspire readers to boldly go forth to share the truths of the gospel.
About the Author
Sweet is the Work is an enjoyable inspirational read. It shares different stories of the first female missionaries in the LDS church. This book shows the powerful experiences that these historical women had and the lives that they changed and made a difference in. It inspires women today to go on a mission and boldly share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others. This is an easy and quick book that readers will appreciate.
Genre: nonfiction, inspirational
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Publication date: March 2017
Number of pages: 98
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 3 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Covenant Communications. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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