What Would a Holy Woman Do?
I read this book a few months ago and LOVED it. I could totally relate with Wendy Nelson.
“The concept of holiness seemed so lofty, so impossible. Holiness? Me? What did holiness even mean? I know that “holiness” was not a word I used a lot.”
She gives tons of examples to help her friends think about the challenge she presents to them about being a holy woman for three days.
How would a holy woman start her day?
How would a holy woman approach a difficult assignment?
How would a holy woman handle a conflict or avoid a conflict?
How would a holy woman respond to her own success or failure?
How would she prepare to partake of the sacrament each Sunday?
How would she talk with a friend, or shop, or play, or pray, or do laundry?
When someone asks me for a good book to read, this is my go to response! I highly recommend this book to make you think about your role as a daughter of our Heavenly Father. This book is also very edifying, to see that we are all women and we all have struggles. However, this book shows several examples about how we can handle things differently, like a holy woman would do. Check it out HERE.