Freedom to choose is an essential part of our Heavenly Father’s plan. Quoting from Dumbledore, Hank Smith reminds us that “it is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” Unfortunately, we don’t always make the best choices. “We are all going to be tempted and sometimes we might give in and fall,” says Brother Smith, “but we don’t have to.” Drawing on stories from the scriptures, real-life examples, and his trademark sense of humor, Brother Smith shares five powerful “temptation killers” that can help youth deal with the “opposition in all things” that is part of our earthly existence. “I want to give you some ways to overcome temptations so you can become the missionary you were meant to be, so you can become the mom you were meant to be, so you can become the example you were meant to be if you can get by these things,” says Brother Smith. Once again, Hank Smith delivers a timely message that will be a great blessing for youth and parents alike.
|Publisher:||Deseret Book Company|
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About the Author
Hank Smith has been a full-time religious educator for the LDS Church for 13 years, teaching seminary and in the Religion Department at Brigham Young University. Hank is a favorite speaker with Especially for Youth and BYU Education Week. He enjoys running marathons and eating lots of ice cream (which is why he runs marathons). Hank and his wife, Sara, are both from St. George, Utah. They recently welcomed twin boys to their family, making them the parents of one daughter and four sons (and the owners of the noisiest home in Mapleton, Utah).