Worth the Wrestle

Worth the Wrestle

Why can?t I seem to conquer weaknesses that plague me?? ?How do I know if I?m receiving revelation?? ?Will the Lord forgive me after what I?ve done?? ?Why can?t we seem to get ahead financially even though we faithfully pay our tithing?? ?What if the Church?s position on gay marriage bothers me?? Those are just a handful of the countless questions Sheri Dew has heard peopl Why can?t I seem to conquer weaknesses that plague me?? ?How do I know if I?m rec...

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Title:Worth the Wrestle
Author:Sheri Dew
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Genres:Religion
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback

Worth the Wrestle Reviews

  • Rae
    Feb 25, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

  • Elisa
    Jul 28, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

  • M
    Aug 08, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

    My main takeaway from this book is the reminder that questions are good. I was inspired to dig deep into my gospel questions, to find answers through personal revelation. In this short but inspiring book Sheri Dew shares many practical and relatable personal experiences with questions ...

    I love the way Sister Dew puts things, but this is a most timely book. She sums it up best, "Do you want a testimony?" Then it's worth the wrestle. Not just a "have faith and muddle through" book. Loved it. ...

  • Lily
    Apr 05, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

  • Alice
    Apr 01, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

  • A.B.
    Jun 12, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

  • alisonwonderland
    Aug 05, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

  • Beth
    Nov 10, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

  • Heidi
    Jul 18, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

    My main takeaway from this book is the reminder that questions are good. I was inspired to dig deep into my gospel questions, to find answers through personal revelation. In this short but inspiring book Sheri Dew shares many practical and relatable personal experiences with questions ...

  • Saralyn
    Mar 13, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

  • Brenda Lower
    Dec 05, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

  • Wanda
    Jul 17, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

  • Karen
    Jun 19, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

  • Michelle
    Aug 22, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

  • Katie
    Feb 19, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

  • Cynthia Egbert
    Feb 23, 2019

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

  • LeeAnn
    Aug 25, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

  • Jenny
    Jul 11, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

  • Melanie
    Feb 08, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

  • Linda Hart
    Sep 30, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

  • Susanhayeshotmail.com
    Jul 01, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

  • Heather
    Apr 23, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

  • Allyson
    Sep 04, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

    My main takeaway from this book is the reminder that questions are good. I was inspired to dig deep into my gospel questions, to find answers through personal revelation. In this short but inspiring book Sheri Dew shares many practical and relatable personal experiences with questions ...

    I love the way Sister Dew puts things, but this is a most timely book. She sums it up best, "Do you want a testimony?" Then it's worth the wrestle. Not just a "have faith and muddle through" book. Loved it. ...

    Excellent book! Everyone who is a member of the LDS church should read it! Everyone who used to be a member and has left, should read it. Seriously, to have faith you need to wrestle for it. I loved this book! ...

  • Heidi
    Apr 04, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

  • Marie
    Aug 08, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

    My main takeaway from this book is the reminder that questions are good. I was inspired to dig deep into my gospel questions, to find answers through personal revelation. In this short but inspiring book Sheri Dew shares many practical and relatable personal experiences with questions ...

    I love the way Sister Dew puts things, but this is a most timely book. She sums it up best, "Do you want a testimony?" Then it's worth the wrestle. Not just a "have faith and muddle through" book. Loved it. ...

    Excellent book! Everyone who is a member of the LDS church should read it! Everyone who used to be a member and has left, should read it. Seriously, to have faith you need to wrestle for it. I loved this book! ...

    Loved this book. It really helped me see why the things I believe about the LDS church are so important. I especially loved the part that talked about the Atonement and why it is so important in my life. ...

    I'm so grateful Sheri Dew is willing to share her experiences with the gospel and living life when it didn't turn out the way you expected. This is a book I will definitely read again. Great advice, thought provoking. ...

  • Shauna
    Apr 02, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

  • Donna
    Feb 02, 2019

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

  • Kellie's Book List
    Jun 25, 2017

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

  • Amy
    Jun 05, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

  • Kari Parker
    Jan 20, 2018

    Questions about life and about God are common to all of us. I know I have many of my own. Maybe that's why I found this book perfect for me. I have a lot in common with Sister Dew, being still single at an age long past when I'd hoped to be married. And I still have plenty of questions...

    For such a short book, this one took me way too long to read. I don't know, it was just okay for me. I really liked the first couple chapters, but I was disappointed that the book didn't really delve much deeper after that. 'Worth the Wrestle' had lots of great points in it, but it fel...

    WOW! This book is AMAZING! Everyone should read this! Got questions? That's OKAY! Sometimes you just need to wrestle for the answers-- ABSOLUTELY A WONDERFUL BOOK! ...

    Absolutely excellent, especially for those who are struggling with their faith. ...

    "It is much easier to sow doubt than to build faith." I appreciated the perspective of this book. As I finish it, a thought resonates with me. Sheri Dew mentions an interview she had with Randall Wallace, who wrote the screenplay to Braveheart and has also been part of writing or pr...

    My husband and I listened to this short book, read by the author, during a recent road trip. Written for an LDS audience, the focus is the idea that we all have questions about what is true, but that is not just okay but good. Having questions is good because it makes us seekers - whic...

    I need to read it again when I have a little more time to digest it all, but it was fantastic! ...

    Love this book! Thought provoking and uplifting. Here are my notes: Questions can be instruments of growth. Questions against a backdrop of faith and with an earnest desire to learn always lead to spiritual growth and a stronger testimony. Pg 5 If we ask questions with doubt we ...

    This is a nonfiction religious book. I like this author. I like that she speaks from personal experience and she expresses her strong religious convictions well. While she did speak of scriptural references, I prefer a little more. I liked her overall message though. So 3 stars. ...

    Loved this. I'm convinced. The wrestle is worth it! :) ...

    A short but uplifting read, with affirming reminders for people of faith (specifically the LDS faith) in a world sometimes ruled by doubt and ridicule. I underlined a number of meaningful quotes and sentences, and I will refer to this book again. Thanks, mom, for the Christmas gift! ...

    My only problem with this book is that there isn't more of it! It has so much packed into its limited pages it often read as a textbook. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this book is meant to serve as a starting off point, rather than as an answer to all our questio...

    I loved this book and I love the premise that asking questions about the gospel is not a sign of lack of faith, but a way to strengthen it. ...

    Is it terrible to admit that you picked up a religious book for the pictures? Well, that was the case here. When I saw who had illustrated this work (James Christensen), I had to own it. The written stuff was great as well! I appreciated Sheri Dew's willingness to put herself out there...

    Written for an LDS audience this little book is about finding, and not finding, answers to our questions and doubts regarding faith. I soon found myself thinking, "I need a pencil ... " and folding down the corners of pages I wish to revisit for additional reflection. I considered not ...

    A short book by Sheri Dew. I liked how she reframed "questioners" as "seekers." And I really, really liked the chapter called "Receiving Revelation." Some quotes from that chapter: "When the Lord sees that we want to communicate with Him, He will teach us how." (p. 41) "If we see...

    I learned a lot from this book. It's okay to question the things we've been taught if we diligently search out the answers for ourselves through sincere prayer and scripture study. I will need to re-read this one again and again to remind myself of the lessons learned. It's a short boo...

    Inspiration requires effort. Good stuff here. ...

    LOVED this book. It's one where I wanted to underline and/or write down almost every word to remember. Sheri Dew teaches that it's not only okay, it is good/important/necessary to ask questions and to seek for answers. She addresses how to "seek learning by study and also by faith" and...

    Sheri Dew is my absolute favorite author, writer, and editor for all things religious. it helps that she keeps her message short and to the point and that she is a woman who has had struggles, some of which I have also had. (Yes, my favorite part is that in spite of not fulfilling her ...

    I felt like this book kind of promotes an Us vs. Them mentality in that it gives the idea that if you haven't gotten the right answer, then you've been asking wrong. I also found quite a bit of inspiration, and I appreciated the effort. Sister Dew shares a lot of her own personal f...

    An Insightful and inspired read that really made me ponder and evaluate my own level of commitment to my faith in Jesus Christ. I love Sheri Dew and her no nonsense style that I connect with so readily. She offers thought provoking questions and commentary that challenge you and motiva...

    Sheri Dew gave a mini version of this book during a devotional address a few years ago. She spoke about "brain sweat" and its necessity for really "owning" or, even, simply knowing something. This gives a concrete method for wrestling with hard stuff and, mostly, I'm just so grateful h...

    My main takeaway from this book is that questions are God's invitation for spiritual growth, especially when we ask in faith. My main concern with the book is that some questions are hard to frame in the "faithful" context Sheri Dew describes. She encourages the questioner to ask qu...

    Really enjoyed this book. Lots of meat for thought regarding the asking of sincere questions in a faith-filled way, using the ?wrestle? for truth to bring me closer to God and his plan for me and my family. ...

    My main takeaway from this book is the reminder that questions are good. I was inspired to dig deep into my gospel questions, to find answers through personal revelation. In this short but inspiring book Sheri Dew shares many practical and relatable personal experiences with questions ...

    I love the way Sister Dew puts things, but this is a most timely book. She sums it up best, "Do you want a testimony?" Then it's worth the wrestle. Not just a "have faith and muddle through" book. Loved it. ...

    Excellent book! Everyone who is a member of the LDS church should read it! Everyone who used to be a member and has left, should read it. Seriously, to have faith you need to wrestle for it. I loved this book! ...

    Loved this book. It really helped me see why the things I believe about the LDS church are so important. I especially loved the part that talked about the Atonement and why it is so important in my life. ...