With so many great LDS books out there, it can be hard to pick which ones to start with! Check out these 7 best LDS books you didn't know you should put on your reading list.
It's easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of great new LDS books released each year. With so many important topics broached by insightful authors, figuring out which books to read can seem daunting. Especially when our reading list already includes other must-read items like seminal LDS works, like Jesus the Christ.
We're here to help.
Looking beyond the standard works (which we realize are definitely #1 on any reading list) as well as beyond the standard doctrinal heavy-hitters you probably already have in your must-reads lineup, we've ranked 7 of the best new LDS books you should definitely add to your reading list:
#7 - Living in the Eleventh Hour by Robert L. Millet
These 6 memes, pulled from Elder Bednar's new book, Power to Become, teach insightful lessons and offer meaningful challenges that, if embraced, will change your life.
Prolific LDS actor Scott Christopher is probably most recognized as the role of the investigator in the popular Mormon movie The Best Two Years, but he has also acquired sideburns and yellow teeth for a role as General Doniphan in Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration. Most recently, however, he's rubbed shoulders with a few Hollywood stars in the BYUtv original series, Granite Flats. As an actor, a bishop, a motivational speaker, a writer, and a dad, he had a lot of great insights to share with us in this Q&A.
Today marks the beginning of the 184th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In between sessions, check out these facts & figures about how it all goes down--in Salt Lake City, and around the world.
General conference: it's the semiannual super weekend where we all come together to listen to be uplifted and edified by living prophets, apostles, and leaders.
And it all happens in 2 days, 5 sessions, and 10 hours. This is the weekend.
We took a look at how this amazing event breaks down by the numbers:
(Chance of rain this weekend: 60% on Saturday, 40% on Sunday)