Graduation is both exciting and terrifying. There are many adventures ahead along with just as many if not more decisions and difficulties. Here are some meaningful and inspiring gifts that you can give your graduate to help them face this new phase of life with confidence and excitement!
"Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away!" The encouraging and empowering message in this Dr. Seuss classic will be the perfect, fun graduation gift. Oh, the adventure your favorite graduate will have in the years to come!
"This is your world. The future is in your hands. The outcome is up to you." With those simple words, President Thomas S. Monson urges a generation of young adult members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to find the best within themselves.
With chapters such as "Recognizing Spiritual Promptings," "Applying the Atonement," "Uncovering Your Life's Work," "When Blessings Are Delayed," and many more, the Brethren address issues that are of particular interest and concern to young adults, though readers have found the counsel applicable to people of all ages. These bite-sized excerpts are perfect for pondering, sharing, and discussing.
This gold or silver necklace is beautiful as well as symbolic for your soon to be grad. They are about to step into the wide world and are bound to do great things and go on new and wonderful adventures.
As your graduate approaches graduation, their next steps will most likely not be set out in a predetermined course. In this book, Ann Romney shares eight insightful tips that she wishes someone had given her at her own graduation.
Clayton M. Christensen drew from powerful personal life experiences in the speech he gave to the 2010 Harvard Business School's graduating class. In this book which expands upon that speech, he offers a series of guidelines for finding meaning and happiness in life. This will help your graduate find the path to true happiness in their future life and career.
Your grad may be finding it difficult to write in their journal every day, especially with so many big changes going on at once. Finding the Lord in All Things is a quick and easy solution. With three years and 365 questions, this journal can help them focus on their spiritual progression as well as become a treasured keepsake.
"Where do I go from here?" It's a question almost every young woman asks herself in the years following her walk across the stage at high school graduation. What comes next? In Where Do I Go from Here? young adult women are invited to step back and consider their gifts, their challenges, and the needs in their world and thus discover a sense of their own personal mission.
This beautiful graduation statue will help your graduate remember to reach for their dreams and follow their heart.
It can be difficult to feel confident walking into the world after graduating for college. There are so many decisions to make. This beautifully symbolic tie bar can help them find a little more confidence in themselves and in the future.
Oftentimes graduates move out and move on with their new lives. But, one challenge your graduate might face is gaining and keeping their very own testimony. John Bytheway will walk them through important questions such as: How do I know if I really have a testimony? Am I ready to serve a mission? What does the Spirit feel like?
"This book frustrated me. Not that I didn't like it, because I enjoyed it immensely. No, it frustrated me because I only wish I had had such a book to read when I was a 1960s teenager with racing mind and hormones. And perhaps more poignantly, I wish it had been available when my children were passing through those difficult and impressionable years. Both tender and gentle, and at the same time provocative and intellectually stimulating, its disarming honesty is only surpassed by the significance of its messages. I recommend it wholeheartedly, for young and old."—Robert L. Millet, former Dean of Religious Education, Brigham Young University
These beautiful words from President Thomas S. Monson can help remind your graduate that they can have hope and happiness in whatever circumstances they face. This dynamic collection of thoughts for each day of the year from President Monson is certain to motivate and inspire them in their pursuit to be of good cheer.