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Mormon Women Project Salon - North Salt Lake
Friday, June 29, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)
North Salt Lake, UT
noun /səˈlän/ /saˈlôN/
1. A gathering of eminent people, held to increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation.
Join us for a Mormon Women Project Salon - North Salt Lake
Friday June 29th, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Featuring Tina Peterson
"Becoming a Deliberate Student of the Gospel: Understanding Personal Revelation"
942 York Drive, North Salt Lake, Utah
Come enjoy a small group fundraiser for the Mormon Women Project. You will be taught by Tina Peterson, have time to ask questions about what you hear, meet other women passionate about diversity in the gospel, and also enjoy a lovely light summer dessert. Come and bring your friends for a great night out! Suggested donation is $20.00 that can be paid in advance here or at the door.
About Tina Peterson
Tina Peterson graduated from BYU with a degree in Near Eastern Studies with an emphasis on ancient languages and cultures. She has studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem where she helped translate the Dead Sea Scrolls. She has also studied the Old and New Testament in their original languages of Hebrew and Greek. And she co-authored the book, “Understanding Isaiah” with Donald W. and Jay A. Parry. Currently she teaches Institute in Bountiful where she resides with her husband and three children.
At last year's Salon, Tina briefly spoke on "Becoming a Deliberate Student of the Gospel". One attendee posted at Segullah about how Tina's teachings has changed her gospel study habits. Don't miss your chance to hear this extraordinary woman and support the Mormon Women Project!
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The Mormon Women Project
The Mormon Women Project is a continuously expanding digital library of interviews with Latter-day Saint women found at www.mormonwomen.com. It gives a voice to those women who have diverse cultural backgrounds, have overcome personal challenges, magnify their roles at home, or who represent the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the world in their jobs.