Mothers are usually the ones doing nice things for their family. However, on Mother’s Day, you have a chance to do something nice for her. Here are some meaningful and beautiful gifts you can give to show the mothers in your life you love them.
This blanket is a perfect gift for mom or grandma this Mother's Day. She will feel your love for her every time she snuggles up under this hand-quilted blanket with the softest minky fabric back.
This print, available framed or unframed in 3 different sizes, is based on 2 Nephi 5:27: We lived after the manner of happiness. This high-quality piece of art will be a modern reminder of God's desire for each of us.
At the Pulpit contains fifty-four discourses given by Latter-day Saint women throughout the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These women drew on inspiration and experience to declare their understanding of eternal truths. This book illustrates the history of women's public preaching in the church, but its most important feature is the actual words of Mormon women.
This pillow is inspired by the belief that home can be a place of learning and peace. Give your mom to a small reminder of the great work she's doing within the walls of your home.
Cade and Carrian Cheney are the husband-and-wife team behind the popular Oh, Sweet Basil food blog. Together, they have collected more than 100 recipes that combine their love of fresh ingredients with unexpected flavor combinations and mashups of tried-and-true family favorites.
This customizable pillow for Mom or Grandma is sure to be a hit. You can personalize this pillow with the number representing each of their greatest blessings... Their children or grandchildren!
For every mom who has ever wondered if all the little things she does in a day make a difference, Once There Was a Mom offers hope and encouragement. Take it from someone who, like you, has read story after story, sung lullaby after lullaby, and even taken the batteries out of the toys once in a while! This charming gift book will bring a smile to the face of mothers of any age.
Give Mom the gift of spiritual nourishment with tickets to TOFW (Time Out for Women). Now through May 15, tickets for the whole weekend are $20 off! Mom will leave the event feeling inspired, focused, and renewed.
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In Worth the Wrestle, Sheri Dew examines the process of asking good questions—whether those questions be doctrinal, procedural, historical, or intensely personal—and learning how to get answers. She demonstrates how to live by faith while seeking greater light and knowledge. And she testifies of principles that are worth wrestling for and of understanding that can be gained in no other way.
Is your mom in need of a new temple bag? With several new and fun styles she will love, these bags are designed with internal compartments to help keep everything organized.
Caitlin Connolly is an artist living in Provo, Utah. Her artwork often explores the female experience as she seeks to understand herself and all women more fully. This 12x12 matted print will give hope to moms of any stage of motherhood, but especially those with young children.
City of Enoch is the group that you have been waiting for, with a captivating sound that is described as “Lady Antebellum harmonies meet Christian Contemporary praise.” This debut album from a rising trio features new songs, great Christian covers, and an incredible new arrangement of the classic hit “He Hears Me”.
This hand-carved figurine represents a young mom treasuring a rare, quiet and tender moment of motherhood.
In this uplifting book, mothers are encouraged to let go of the quest for perfection and recognize the divinity within. Learn to own your strengths and weaknesses, and allow your true self to shine! With practical advice on learning to accept failure, hold on to your identity, and harness the divine help available to mothers, women will gain the confidence to embrace their uniquely perfect qualifications for the job of motherhood.
Sometimes an artist doesn't tell us everything we need to know about an image, but instead allows us to find what it means to us. In this Brian Kershisnik image he may be depicting those that have lost hope, or maybe someone who has lost faith, but it does seem to be something very important that has impacted her happiness. The beauty is not that she has lost something, but that she will find what is lost.
This awe-inspiring cultured marble Christus statue depicts Jesus Christ just as the scriptures describe Him, beckoning to us with open arms in a most pleasant manner, as if saying: “Come unto me.”