Grow Up In Thee—Becoming like Jesus Christ is a choice

Grow Up in Thee is, in the words of a reviewer, “a doctrinal tour de force of who God and we are.” With 34k+ words and hundreds of scriptures and sources referenced, it appeals to both those seeking to enhance their understanding and testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ, as well as serious gospel students who will see it as a significant research tool to explore what the Lord has said about us and our possibilities.

Centered on Doctrine and Covenants 109:15, the observations shared in this book open doors to an expanded understanding of our origin and potential. Unusual in its clarity, perspective, and poignant real-life examples, it is a significant illumination of the Great Plan of Happiness and introduces the Pillars of Light that are essential to spiritual maturing.

Beta readers, who consisted of a broad age range of men and women, authors of published LDS non-fiction books, and Church general authorities, compared Grow Up in Thee to classics like Faith and Intellect by Chauncey C. Riddle and Eternal Man by Truman Madsen. Contemporary parallels include The Holy Covenants: Living our Sacred Temple Promises by Anthony Sweat and The Continuous Atonement by Brad Wilcox.

Grow Up in Thee is set apart, not only by its unique combination of compelling read and extensive references, but, according to one reviewer, “It takes what we know of our purpose in life to a whole new level. It is priceless.”


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