by Bonnie L. Oscarson
My first thought when the Young Women General Presidency was released was, “is it already that time again?” I was a newly called ward Young Women president when Sister Dalton took the helm. That was two presidencies ago now. Time is flying. But this isn’t about me, is it? Continue reading
by Neil F. Marriott
Thank you Sister Marriott!
by Gerrit W. Bong
Years ago, as a newly called ward YW president, I was asked to meet with the incoming Beehives and give each one a personal preview of the YW program.
What to say?
by Neil L. Andersen
I believe in the power of youth. I know anyone can rise above the ashes that they may call home and fly. I have seen the testimony of the gospel take hold of just one member of the family and take root. Anyone can believe, experiment upon the word, and progress.
by Gordon B. Hinckley
Recently, I was given an assignment. While doing my homework I came across this article. President Hinckley delivered these words when I was a young woman. I wonder, how well have we followed this counsel? How can I follow this admonition now that I am no longer a young woman but oversee that age group?
by Mary N. Cook
“When you save a girl, you save generations,” said President Gordon B. Hinckley. In my life, I can see the truth of this statement. So, I just have to say, thank you mom. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
by Elaine S. Dalton
The night before I was sustained as the new Young Women president in the ward I watched the Young Women conference on television. My intent was to gather intel that would help me on this new adventure. I did not come away disappointed.
Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord