Doubts will come, but you can stay strong. Learn how to help your loved ones who are dealing with doubts about the Church. Written by CES professional and experienced author David Marsh, this book helps you examine common sources of doubt, shows you how to find answers to tough questions, and teaches you to address these struggles as the Savior did.
David B. Marsh is married to the former Debra Jo Pierce. They are the parents of five children and the grandparents to eight grandchildren.
David earned a bachelor of science from BYU in developmental psychology, a master of education in counseling from the College of Idaho, and a PhD in family studies and the sociology of religion, with a minor in the doctrinal teachings of Joseph Smith from BYU.
David was employed with the Church Educational System for twenty-two years where he worked as a seminary and institute teacher, a seminary principal, a teacher support consultant, a curriculum writer, a CES coordinator, and an institute director. He left CES in May 2003 to manage the development of curriculum for the Church. Currently, David works in the Priesthood and Family department where he develops materials relating to LDS doctrine and history.
David enjoys having in-depth talks with his wife and spending time with his children and grandchildren. Throughout his life, he has enjoyed riding motorcycles, snow and water skiing, hiking in the mountains, and body surfing in the Pacific Ocean. He also enjoys reading biographies, nineteenth-century history, and Bible history.