LDS women seek answers to ambiguous role of Mormon women through video series

LDS women seek answers to ambiguous role of Mormon women through video series

Something was missing.

Although the Relief Society is one of the largest women’s organizations in the world, three LDS women noticed a lack of Mormon women represented in church history stories.

So they decided to fill that void with a video series — Splitting the Sky. The videos explore individual women discovering who they are, developing their relationship with God and coming to terms with their unanswered questions.

Over the next six months, Splitting the Sky will release a new video from its series every Wednesday on YouTube. The ultimate goal is to lessen the ambiguity and philosophical division amongst women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“That was part of the motivation and objective — to create and model how we can connect with each other and unify instead of being divided,” said Anna Hargadon Peterson, co-founder of Splitting the Sky.

Alongside Peterson, Amber Richardson and Camlyn Giddins ventured on a personal journey of reflection and answer-seeking while exploring the lives of other Mormon women.

Read the full story at UtahValley360.com.

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