March 13, 2009
You don't serve in the Relief Society General Presidency and interact with women around the world without learning a thing or two about their role in the church and in the world. You don't become CEO and President of Deseret Book without learning a thing or two about leadership. And you don't write over a half-dozen best-selling books unless you know how take what you've learned and put it into words in a way that sticks with people.
Sheri Dew is a remarkable person even aside from the honors and service listed above. In this interview she uses quotes from her new book, "Saying It Like It Is," as a springboard to discuss women, priesthood, inspiration, and how the Saints can make a difference in the world.
That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull...