Tag Archive: Non-Fiction

Nov 13

52 Life-Changing Questions from the Book of Mormon

The Answer Lies within the Question John Hilton III and Brad Wilcox bring to life 52 thought-provoking questions that are found in the Book of Mormon. Can a question change your life? Elder Tad R. Callister said, “The power of a good question is of inestimable worth. It is like an…alarm clock that awakens us …

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Nov 11

Follow Me to Zion by Andrew D. Olsen and Jolene S. Allphin

Follow Me to Zion leads readers across the American plains of the 1800s with the Willie Handcart pioneers. With photographs and journal entries, the pioneers’ story becomes more personal. When James G. Willie led 400 emigrant pioneers on a thousand-mile journey across the plains, he knew the trek would be arduous. They were leaving dangerously …

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Oct 16

Written on Our Hearts by Emily Freeman

If you have ever found the Old Testament intimidating, you’re not alone. The less-familiar history, themes, and language, coupled with the length of the book, make it a difficult read for many. But author Emily Freeman loves the Old Testament, and as she shares some of the wonderful things she has learned in her study …

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Oct 08

MissionHome.com Debut

MissionHome.com provides new resources for missionaries and their families Where you serve is not as important as how you serve. Salt Lake City, UT (September 17, 2013) – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints currently operates over 400 missions with more than 75,000 missionaries serving throughout the world. When the missionary age change was announced in the October 2012 general conference, …

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May 06

The Beginning of Better Days

Are you looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift for the LDS mom? Consider this gem, The Beginning of Better Days. Book Description: How important are women in the restored church of Jesus Christ? We learn something about the answer to the question from a simple historic fact: In 1842, the Prophet Joseph Smith took …

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