Ramona Siddoway has published extensively in the United States, Europe, and Africa. Her articles have been translated into several languages around the world. She received a BS in Sociology from Brigham Young University. Ramona has served as an Institute and Gospel Doctrine Teacher, as President in the Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary organizations, and serves as Public Affairs Assistant Director over media in the North Houston Area. Along with nonfiction, she writes quirky mystery. Whether writing or teaching, she is known for her wit and impeccable research. She and her husband have traveled extensively around the world.
Ramona Siddoway’s book, We Are Adam, is a wonderful and wide-ranging introduction to how the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ beckons us as men and women to live as equal partners in the home, the community, and the Church. As a student not only of ancient scripture but of the modern prophetic voice, Siddoway’s exegesis is profoundly insightful, and I highly recommend it.
This book presents a doctrinally thorough and correct understanding of our first mother, Eve. On such an important subject, as we are all sons of Adam or daughters of Eve, it is crucial to learn about our first mother from someone who truly supports, sustains, and follows the living prophets, seers, and revelators as our connection with heaven. Ramona treats the subject of divine womanhood with the reverence it deserves and the scripturally correct explanation that so many lack. If you are looking to understand feminism as I believe heaven intended, we can’t afford to look to society; we must look to the scriptures and the inspired words of our leaders. This book does exactly that.