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Spirituality
Author: Beverly Campbell
ISBN: 1590383974
Pages 185 pages
Publisher Deseret Book Co; 1St Edition edition (May 1, 2005)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
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by Beverly Campbell


Beverly Campbell served for twelve years as a Director of International Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Over a decade ago, I read Beverly Campbell's first book, "Eve And The Choice Made In Eden"

Beverly Campbell served for twelve years as a Director of International Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As director of community relations for Special Olympics, In. she played a major role in the creation and development of the Special Olympics programs. She has served on numerous civic and government boards and has been a spokesperson for the LDS Church on the Equal Rights Amendment and other women s issues. Over a decade ago, I read Beverly Campbell's first book, "Eve And The Choice Made In Eden". It introduced me to an author with intelligence, charm and authority. You can imagine how thrilled I was to see her new offering.

The book includeslife? The Can we really find happiness beyond the struggles of life? The story of Eve does not end . An interesting book on how to use Mother Eve as an example of finding wholeness, happiness and strength in this life.

The book includeslife? The Can we really find happiness beyond the struggles of life? The story of Eve does not end in the Garden of Eden, nor does the example we can draw from her experience. Although very interesting, it wasn't as good as her first book: Eve and the choice made in Eden.

Finding Wholeness, Happiness, And Strength. Published May 1, 2005 by Deseret Book Company.

Eve and the Mortal Journey: Finding Wholeness, Happiness, and Strength. In this companion volume to Eve and the Choice

Eve and the Mortal Journey: Finding Wholeness, Happiness, and Strength. The story of Eve does not end in the Garden of Eden, nor does the example we can draw from her experience. In this companion volume to Eve and the Choice. Read on to learn what the three C's of happiness are and how they relate to the gospel. The 3 Keys to Happiness: Science Supports What Church Leaders Have Said All Along.

The story of Eve does not end in the Garden of Eden, nor does the example we can draw from her experience

The story of Eve does not end in the Garden of Eden, nor does the example we can draw from her experience.

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Happiness is a Journey. We convince ourselves that life will be better after we get married, have a baby, then another. and remember that time waits for no one. Then we're frustrated that the kids aren't old enough and we'll be more content when they are. After that, we're frustrated that we have teenagers to deal with. We'll certainly be happy when they're out of that stage. We tell ourselves that our life will be complete when our spouse gets his or her act together, when we get a nicer car, are able to go on a nice vacation, when we retire.

Can we really find happiness beyond the struggles of life?

The story of Eve does not end in the Garden of Eden, nor does the example we can draw from her experience. In this companion volume to Eve and the Choice Made in Eden, Beverly Campbell examines the lessons from Eves mortal journey and suggests practical applications for our own paths and choices in life. The book includes chapters on seeking a personal connection with God, applying the principles of the Plan of Happiness on a daily basis, defining and working within the seasons of our lives, coping with inevitable trials, giving and receiving love, and creating sacred spaces where our souls can be nurtured.

BORZOTA
Shortly after I began reading this book, I heard another person describe it as an overly long church talk. Now that I have finished the book, I have to admit there is some truth to that statement. I loved Ms. Campbell's Eve and the Choice Made in Eden and was rather hoping for further insight and lessons from Eve. However, this book uses Eve only tangentially as a figure for tying Campbell's thoughts to her first book. A weak and probably unnecessary connection.

Now, once I saw this was far from a continuation of the other book, I tried to do what any good reader should do and take the book on its own merits. So I wasn't learning more about Eve, but I enjoy books similar to this. Ms. Campbell was welcome to inspire me. And she did. This isn't a terrible book by any means. Campbell is a skilled writer who presents her information well, is thoughtful and certainly calls upon the Spirit. The thoughts are organized well.

But with so many books of this type out there, I needed this book to make a stronger impression for itself. And that's where it failed. Despite Campbell's earnestness, this book remained simply all right, to have a few thoughts marked and then tossed back on the shelf for later reference that may or may not ever happen. Despite the title (and I hate to drag this back in) this book really isn't about Eve. So one would hope it would be largely directed toward women. The effort to be that was too obvious and awkward. What was left was a nice, inspirational read that is unfortunately too similar to other inspirational reads.

If one likes Sister Campbell or even just most books about living life well and calling upon the Spirit, this is a fine little read. But forgettable it just might be.
Daigrel
Over a decade ago, I read Beverly Campbell's first book, "Eve And The Choice Made In Eden". It introduced me to an author with intelligence, charm and authority.
You can imagine how thrilled I was to see her new offering. "Eve And The Mortal Journey" invited me to take the foundational principles I had enjoyed from her first book and make them a practical part of my every day life. I loved the balance between doctrine and stories about the author's life living those principles.
I believe you will enjoy them, too. And, I hope you find in them access to happiness in your own personal journey.
HappyLove
I think this book should've been titled something else. I get why she used the title to transfer some credibility from her other book, but this isn't a continuation of learning about Eve as much as a bunch of things about how to live in "the mortal journey." Which is the type of book I probably wouldn't not have bought.
Hystana
Wonderful
Heraly
Yes, this was very informative. It is good to read well thought out and documented ideas which are uplifting and character building. Too much of what is written today is so depressing.
Manona
I loved this book and have given it as a gift to several people.
Buzatus
Book was in great shape and the content, ground breaking.
This author helped me understand about my mother Eve and the decision she made and how important her roll in God's plan for we His spirit offspring.