The Value of a Daughter of God
by RI Editors
Today’s post in our General Conference Discussion comes from Brenda. If you’d like to start a forum discussion about a different talk please leave a comment on the original post: Reader Led General Conference Discussion.
I was moved by Sister Dalton’s talk on the value of being a daughter of God. She beautifully reiterated the different yet equal roles of men and women and the privilege of being a woman, a wife, a mother. Womanhood is devalued not by her role but by the cheapening of virtue in society. How would women be treated and viewed if everyone understood who she is?
What do you think of Sister Dalton’s talk?
While we’re talking about Sister Dalton, what is your favorite thing that has come from her leadership of the Young Women’s organization?
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