Chances are, you know someone about to graduate from high school. Congratulate them and prepare them for the many life-changing decisions ahead with one of these 12 gifts perfect for LDS grads.
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.
Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting so get on your way! This necklace will remind grads that they can climb the mountains they're sure to face with the help of the Lord.
Finding the Lord in All Things is a quick and easy solution to the task of daily journaling. With three years and 365 questions, this journal can help you see your spiritual progression, and will become a treasured keepsake.
Go into the world and do well But more importantly, go into the world and do good. This classy tie bar is a great reminder for your graduate to go into the world and do good things.
Standalone wooden block frame features printed sentiment, metal photo binder clip, and hook to hang tassel.
This book is composed as a series of letters. The letters are meant for a young Mormon who is familiar with Mormon life but green in his or her faith. The author, philosophy professor Adam S. Miller, imagined himself writing these letters to his own children. In doing so, he struggled to say his own piece about what it means to be—as a Mormon—free, ambitious, repentant, faithful, informed, prayerful, selfless, hungry, chaste, and sealed.
Go into the world and do well But more importantly, go into the world and do good. This simple necklace is a great reminder for your graduate to go into the world and do good things.
Elder Richard G. Scott taught that "knowledge carefully recorded is knowledge available in time of need. Spiritually sensitive information should be kept in a sacred place that communicates to the Lord how you treasure it." If you've ever wished you'd written down a prompting, recorded a tender mercy, or kept track of personal revelations, My Spiritual Experiences Journal is for you.
Be Confident in whatever direction you choose to go; For behind you are those more proud than you will ever know. Your graduate will soon be making large, life-changing decisions. This tie bar will help him to remember that he hasn't plenty of support and can have confidence in his decisions.
From the iconic spires of the Salt Lake Temple to the Aztec and Maya-inspired motifs of the Mexico City Mexico Temple, inspiration can be found in the design of each latter-day temple. With more than 50 individual temples represented, each page brings to life the beauty and serenity of the house of the Lord. One-sided pages make it easy to tear out your artwork and hang pictures up or give them to friends and family. Be inspired by the architecture and the many small details that artist Britnee Conlin has captured in this Latter-Day Temples Coloring Book.
For today's graduates, the possibilities and opportunities are exhilarating and endless. But while there is adventure ahead, the next steps are not set out in a predetermined course — perhaps for the first time in a graduate's life. In this delightful gift book, inspired by a 2014 commencement speech she gave, the former first lady of Massachusetts and wife of 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney offers eight practical (and surprising) tips for the road ahead — pieces of advice she wishes someone had given her at her own graduation.
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. The authors provide down-to-earth advice, spiritual insights, and personal accounts of women who have met these pivotal challenges with success. This encouraging book will help young adult women feel confident about their ability to make righteous choices suited to their individual circumstances as they discover a personal mission that will sustain them in their journey through life.