The Young Women program announces a redesign for personal progress

The Church's Personal Progress program - which now includes a revised booklet, a redesigned Young Women medallion, and other tools - will help young women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints grow in faith and testimony of their Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus Christ, said Sister Elaine S. Dalton.

"We hope that Personal Progress will help them understand who they are, their identity as daughters of our Heavenly Father, how precious they are in His sight and the great roles and responsibilities they have as His daughters here on the earth at this time," added Sister Dalton, general Young Women president.

Speaking about new additions and a new look for the Church's Personal Progress program, Sister Dalton - along with her counselors, Sister Mary N. Cook and Sister Ann M. Dibb - said the program is intended to foster spiritual growth.

As part of that effort, personal progress booklets and other materials have been revised and printed in English, Spanish and Portuguese and will be available in Distribution Centers by Jan. 15. The materials are currently being translated into additional languages for young women worldwide.

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