About the Book
I am a princess! Little girls cherish this simple truth, but as the years advance and childhood fades, it becomes increasingly difficult to hold on to this statement. However, the eternal reality of those simple words is indisputable. Women are princesses, divine children of noble heritage. In her debut book, Wendy Ellison reminds women of that worth—constant, unchanging, and inherent as daughters of God. Now is the time for women to claim that marvelous heritage, to be kinder to self and others, and to truly live in a manner befitting royalty. Featuring scriptural references, prophetic quotes, and personal insights, Worth: Divine Beginnings, Happy Endings will inspire readers to see the evidence of individual worth all around—in the love of our Savior, in our Father’s plan of salvation, and in countless other ways too often overlooked. By learning to hold on to the true definition of worth and to silence those outside influences that interfere with self-esteem, every woman can be empowered to dismiss self-doubt and to embrace the princess within.
About the Author
Wendy Ellison was born and raised in Lehi, Utah, where her parents taught by example values like honesty and hard work. She has published articles in the "Friend" and "LDS Living" magazines. Something that happened a few years ago in a fabric store got her thinking and writing about divinely based self-worth. "Worth: Divine Beginnings, Happy Endings" is the result of that sweet experience and is her first published book. Wendy enjoys writing, sewing, fall mornings, burnt almond fudge ice cream and watching sappy 1980s murder mystery reruns. She adores her husband, children, their spouses and six darling littles who call her Grandma.
Debut author Wendy Ellison has written a book that will influence, encourage, and inspire women to be reminded and become the princesses that they truly are! In each chapter, with the different and similar chapters, Ellison reminds women of their potential, worth, and divinity. This book was written to influence and encourage women everywhere, especially LDS women, reminding them of the princesses that they truly are. This is a quick little pick me up book that would be great for young women and Relief Society Sisters. For women needing a bit of a spiritual lift, this is just the read.
Genre: non-fiction, inspirational, LDS
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Publication date: March 1, 2018
Number of pages: 128
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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