You know that faith is the first principle of the gospel and you feel called to increase your faith. You want to learn how to move the mountains in your life. But where do you start?
Stretching your faith can be overwhelming.
It's overwhelming to take that first step.
It' scary to step into the unknown.
It's discouraging when the mountains you face seem too much to bear.
It's hard to believe in something you can't see.
That's why FAITH IN HIM was created for women just like you.
So you can increase your faith in Him and move the mountains in your life.
"Faith in Him" is a workbook and course all in one. Following steps that President Nelson has provided for us and filled with counsel from Latter-day leaders, this guided study book will help you take those first steps to learn to increase your faith.
This 58 paged workbook includes a complete course to work on your own time over the next 8 weeks.
Each week includes four pages of deep study, including General Conference talks. The workbook activities guide you though pondering and application pages to help you understand and, most importantly, apply what you've learned.
In addition to the 8 week course, you'll receive lots of pretty printables to help uplift and inspire you as you work to increase your faith.
Please note that this purchase is for a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD and nothing will be shipped. You will receive the files to print on your own or through your favorite printer.
There are THREE printing options available for you:
PERSONAL USE: You may print for yourself only
FAMILY AND GIFTING: You may PRINT up to 12 copies for your family or to gift. (Sharing of the digital file is prohibited.)
GROUP USE: You may print up to 40 copies for your family, ward, etc. (Sharing of the digital file is prohibited.)
Please do not otherwise share, reproduce, distribute, sell or recreate these files digitally or in printed format. This is a digital file, no refunds are available.
The LDS ideas and printables shared here are expressly my own and created by My Upside-Down Umbrella. They are not created, provided, approved nor endorsed by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.