While A Firm Foundation as a whole will appeal mainly to Church scholars and those interested in organizational theory, each of its individual articles offers an important synthesis of information for those who are interested in a particular topic. For example, a musician researching the history of the hymnbook would be interested in Michael Hicks's article "How to Make (and Unmake) a Mormon Hymnbook," and a newly called Young Women president might be intrigued by Janet Peterson's article "Young Women of Zion: An Organizational History." The book is broad enough that there is something of interest for everyone, from a young man or young woman wondering how mission calls are determined to a groundskeeper interested in the Church's history of beautification.
Melville, R. Mark; Whittaker, David J.; and Garr, Arnold K.
"A Firm Foundation: Church Organization and Administration,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 52
, Article 16.
Available at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol52/iss1/16