Did you get a new phone or tablet for Christmas? Check out these awesome deals on eBooks you'll want to download right away! Included are some of our favorite novels by LDS authors, books that will strengthen your faith, and many great books from the apostles.
by Dieter F. Uchtdorf
$11.99—save almost 40%
This new book brings together many of the stories of flight that President Uchtdorf has shared in his ministry. Bringing together more than 20 of his best-loved stories, The Gospel at 30,000 Feet is great for personal edification, lesson preparation, family home evenings, or meaningful gift giving.
by David A. Bednar
In this book, Elder David A. Bednar offers a compelling look at a pattern the Lord uses to bless His people: He works with us on an individual basis, one by one. Demonstrating that pattern as it occurs throughout the scriptures, in the lives of many Church leaders, and in his own ministry, Elder Bednar invites us to open our hearts to the Lord's love. He also teaches that by ministering as the Savior does, one by one, we can be more powerful instruments in His hands to accomplish His purposes.
by Jack M. Lyon
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Whether you have just begun attending the temple or are well seasoned in temple worship, Understanding Temple Symbols offers intriguing new insights about the House of the Lord, making connections between the temple and the scriptures for all who seek further light and knowledge.
by Neill Marriott
$9.99—save over 40%
In Seek This Jesus, Sister Neill Marriott shares highlights of her personal story as she testifies of Jesus Christ and offers a unique and intimate invitation for readers to seek Him. With topics including searching for the Savior, bringing the influence of the Lord into our families, and feeling God's grace in difficult times, Sister Marriott encourages readers with her warm, personable style and Southern charm.
by Fiona and Terryl Givens
In a world increasingly prone to doubt, a foundation in Christ is the only sure basis of a durable discipleship. And for Latter-day Saints, the Jesus Christ revealed through the Prophet Joseph Smith is, in some very significant ways, a different kind of Christ than the Jesus of modern Christianity. He is not only the most remarkable being in the history of religious thought; He is, in fact, The Christ Who Heals.
by Tad R. Callister
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With The Infinite Atonement, Brother Tad R. Callister offers us what may be the most comprehensive, yet understandable, treatment of the Atonement in our day. He thoughtfully probes the infinite scope of this "great and last sacrifice," describing its power and breadth and explaining how it redeems us all.
by Russell M. Nelson
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This insightful book explores some of the means God gives us—such as angelic help, prayer, and gifts of the Spirit—to help us accomplish the impossible. It then shows what we can do to take our place in fulfilling the destiny He has planned for us. As we become partners with the Lord, impossible things really can become a reality!
by Brad Wilcox
Christians throughout the centuries have used grace to describe God's favor, goodwill, and love. However, grace is more than a description of God's attributes. It is the help, power, and strength He offers as we choose to engage with Him in striving to attain those attributes. In this hope-filled book, Brad Wilcox uses real-life stories and personal experiences to demonstrate how we can choose to receive Christ's grace more fully.
by The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve
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. Authoritative yet approachable, this uniquely designed and formatted book offers great insights on various topics. And what better source could there be for such insights than the fifteen men we sustain as prophets, seers, and revelators on the earth today?
by John Bytheway
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In this book, best-selling author John Bytheway suggests that Moroni's last words were both intensely personal and universally applicable. In the closing chapters of the Book of Mormon, we discover a wonderful formula for surviving today's turbulent times. Moroni's topics, and even the sequence in which he shared them become a strategy for remaining steadfast and true in our day. John suggests that whatever latter-day challenges we face, we can successfully navigate them by "likening Moroni."
by Thomas R. Valletta
This comprehensive volume brings the most unique, most compelling, and most insightful comments on the Book of Mormon together into one place to help you get more out of your personal scripture study. As we ask inspired questions and seek a deeper understanding of the scriptures, we invite personal revelation to help us in our challenging and ever-changing journey of life.
by Kate Holbrook, Jennifer Reeder
With more than 50 public discourses given by women throughout LDS history, this book is a great resource for Sunday School and other Church lessons that gives powerful insights from women leaders in the Church.
by Jerry Borrowman
Compassionate Soldier illuminates fascinating yet largely unknown stories of men and women whose humanity led them to perform courageous acts of mercy and compassion amid the chaos and carnage of war. Arranged by war from the American Revolution to the Iraq War and global in perspective, it features extraordinary stories of grace under fire from valiant soldiers and noncombatants who rose above the inhumanity of lethal conflict and chose compassion, even knowing their actions could put their lives and liberty at risk.
by Robert L. Millet
This timely book is all about faith—what it is, what it isn't, and how faith can help us remain solid and steadfast in our beliefs and convictions. Robert Millet encourages those who are struggling with soul-stirring questions to first ask themselves, whatever happened to faith?
by Ted Stewart
$14.99—save almost 50%
Filled with insight, commentary, and compelling stories of ordinary citizens coming to the judiciary for remedy for the problems of their day, Supreme Power illustrates the magnitude of the Court's power to interpret the Constitution and decide the law of the land.
by Julie Wright
$9.99—save almost 40%
Ever since Emma read Pride and Prejudice, she's been in love with Mr. Darcy and has regarded Jane Austen as the expert on all things romantic. So when it turns out that what her boyfriend Blake wants is more of a hook-up than a honeymoon, Emma is hurt, betrayed, and furious. She throws herself deeper into her work as CMO of Kinetics, only to find her job threatened when her boss brings in a consultant to help her expand the business to the East Coast. Her frustration turns to shock when that consultant turns out to be Blake's younger brother, Lucas.
by D. Kelly Ogden, Andrew C. Skinner
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What can the Old Testament teach us about how to live the gospel in our own day? What relationships can we see between our challenges and those face by the children of Israel in ancient times? Why do we need to understand the poetry and promises of Isaiah—and how can we learn to do that?
by Tom Christofferson
In That We May Be One, Tom Christofferson shares perspectives gained from his life's journey as a gay man who left the Church and then returned to it. After having asked to be excommunicated from the faith he was raised in, Tom spent two decades in a loving relationship with a committed partner. But gradually, the love of family, friends, and strangers and the Spirit of the Lord worked on him until he found himself one night sitting in his car in front of the bishop's house.
by Emily Belle Freeman
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In Even This, Emily Belle Freeman shares her own deeply personal experiences of feeling forgotten by God—from the fear of abandonment in a dark hospital room to the desperation that followed months of unanswered prayers. In a moment of honesty, she found herself asking the question she had been afraid to consider: "Where is God in this?"
by Julianne Donaldson
Marianne Daventry will do anything to escape the boredom of Bath and the amorous attentions of an unwanted suitor. So when an invitation arrives from her twin sister, Cecily, to join her at a sprawling country estate, she jumps at the chance. Thinking she'll be able to relax and enjoy her beloved English countryside while her sister snags the handsome heir of Edenbrooke, Marianne finds that even the best laid plan can go awry.