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Book Title: Eve and the Mortal Journey: Finding Wholeness, Happiness, and Strength|
The author of the book: Beverly Campbell
Edition: Shadow Mountain
Date of issue: January 1st 2005
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 594 KB
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ISBN 13: 9781590383971
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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 Eve's 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.
About the Author
Beverly Campbell served for twelve years as director of International Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is a former director of the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation and recipient of the prestigious Presidential Medallion from Brigham Young University. Her first book, Eve and the Choice Made in Eden, was on the Deseret Book bestseller list for 40 weeks.
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Read information about the authorBeverly 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, Inc., she played a major role in the creation and developement 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.
She and her husband, A. Pierce Campbell, are the parents of three children and grandparents of six. After living thirty- plus years in the Washington, D.C., area, they now reside in Arizona.
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