With seminary graduation just around the corner, these 10 gifts are the perfect way for seminary teachers, parents, and loved ones to prepare youth for their next adventure and help them celebrate the spiritual milestone they have reached.
In this unprecedented book, each member of the current First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares advice, counsel, and messages of hope for anyone trying to navigate their life through challenging times.
Drawing directly from the scriptures and the words of modern prophets, best-selling author and revered gospel scholar David Ridges provides clear, comforting answers to all of the toughest gospel questions in this compelling new book.
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.
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?
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 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.
On May 17, 2014, Admiral William H. McRaven addressed the graduating class of the University of Texas at Austin on their Commencement day. Taking inspiration from the university's slogan, "What starts here changes the world," he shared the 10 principles he learned during Navy Seal training that helped him overcome challenges not only in his training and long Naval career but also throughout his life. He also explained how anyone can use these basic lessons to change themselves—and the world—for the better.
Your grad may be finding it difficult to write in their journal every day, especially with so many big changes going on at once. The Finding the Lord in All Things journal is a quick and easy solution. With 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 tie bar, inspired by a quote from Gordon B. Hinkley, will remind graduates of their worth and the wonderful and exciting things they have the ability to do in their future. "Limitless is your potential. Magnificient is your future"
This necklace, inspired by a quote from Gordon B. Hinkley, will remind graduates of their worth and the wonderful and exciting things they have the ability to do in their future. "Limitless is your potential. Magnificient is your future"