I love the Young Women’s Personal Progress program. I think it’s inspired and can make the world of difference for women, young and old alike, if the program is utilized to its fullest potential. I love the idea of making this program your own and also building on this program as new inspiration and tools come to light.
Who didn’t like the “Ponderize” address from this weekend’s General Conference? Apparently my good friend, Pond, loved it. Check out what she’s created over at her blog to tie in the idea of “Ponderize” and the Young Women’s Personal Progress program!
Pond does some great work in design products for use with Personal Progress as well as guiding you through the program. If you are a new young woman or a parent of a Young Woman, don’t let this fantastic resource slip through your fingers. Pond actually went through the program completely EVERY YEAR she was in Young Womens. Comment and ask her for ideas, help, or to request something. I’m sure she’ll respond. She’s really built her own walk, so I’m featuring this in my “Walking With Women”, because walking with her has inspired me greatly!
Yesterday in General Conference Brother Devin G. Durrant, the First Counselor in the Sunday School General Presidency, issued this challenge:
I invite you to “ponderize” one verse of scripture each week. The word ponderize is not found in the dictionary, but it has found a place in my heart.
This sounds like the perfect opportunity for a Young Women Value Project!
But what does to ponderize mean and how do you do it?