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Are Your Standards Fences Or Guardrails

Are Your Standards Fences Or Guardrails

Deseret Book Co

Author: John Bytheway


Examines LDS Church standards related to movies, music, modesty, and morality, the principles behind the standards, and the peace that comes from living the standards.
Looking for a wonderful book? Locate a copy of Are Your Standards Fences Or Guardrails? written by John Bytheway. Written by John Bytheway and it was published on the 1st of August, 2003 by Deseret Book Co. The paperback child's book is related to Doctrines. In the Dewey Decimal Classification number is BX8643.Y6 B95 2003. The book is 97 pages long and it offers many black & white pictures. Some state they just don't have enough time to read, yet reading is yet another good usage of time, especially with the proper book. See these suggestions and you will probably enjoy reading a whole lot more, add to cart by clicking the link below.

Are the standards in the Church like a fence that says 'Keep Out,' or are they a lot more like a guardrail that says, 'Arrive Alive? Using humor, stories, the For the Strength of Youth pamphlet and numerous statements from Church leaders, John Bytheway explains exactly what's expected of all of us concerning the three M's--Media, Modesty, and Morality. You'll see that Satan's strategy would be to take you on forbidden detours and send you off a cliff, while the Lord's way is developed to lead you to the temple and maximum joy. ' This CD gives the answer! More than just a extended list of do's and don'ts, the standards are the highway to happiness. The Talk on CD was published in 2001 and is according for the 1990 For the Strength of Youth pamphlet.


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