Did you know Deseret Book will be featuring family-friendly content through next week to help you get through social distancing? In hopes of giving you and your family quality, clean content to enjoy together, Deseret Book Live! will air on Facebook weekdays at 6 p.m. MDT. Some nights will be more of a spiritual nature and others, like Thursday’s virtual game night, will be more lighthearted, so there will be something for everyone. Be sure to tune in on Facebook for each episode and stick around until the end, as we will be giving away special prizes each and every night. Winners for each night's drawing will be selected the next morning.
For a taste of what you can expect, check out the videos below! We'll update this article throughout the next 10 days, so be sure to check back for the fun with the short link LDSLiving.com/DBLive.
Wednesday, April 16
In Wednesday’s debut episode, David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman give viewers a peek behind the scenes of their hit YouTube series, "Don't Miss This."
Thursday, April 17
Two teams faced off in a battle of "Quarantine Clash!" on Thursday. Players include:
- •Chad and Ben Truman from The Nashville Tribute Band
- • Oyoyo Bonner from The Bonner Family
- • Artist Kate Lee
- • Barbara Morgan Gardner, author of The Priesthood Power of Women
- • Upcoming Deseret Book author, Charlie Bird
Friday, April 17
John Hilton III, author of Founder of Our Peace, joins LDS Living’s 5-Minute Fireside series to share a message about peace during troubled times.
Monday, April 20
Join host Tammy Uzelac Hall for a live episode of the "Sunday on Monday" study group! This week the group dives into Mosiah 4–6.
Tuesday, April 21
Author and speaker John Bytheway shares a special lesson on how the stories and scriptures from the Book of Mormon can help each of us get through this pandemic and social distancing.
Wednesday, April 22
Author Wendy Ulrich does an interview on a really important topic: how to care for your mental health.
Thursday, April 23
Friday, April 24
In hopes of demonstrating that there really are All Kinds of Mothers, the All In podcast recorded a special video episode with three guests whose experiences with motherhood have been dramatically different. Virginia H. Pearce, daughter of President Gordon B. Hinckley and Sister Marjorie Pay Hinckley, shares what she learned about motherhood by observing the example of her beloved mother. Breaunna Stone tells her story of adopting after miscarriage and what she gained from her time spent in what she affectionately calls "the standby line." KaRyn Lay, host of the This is the Gospel podcast, reveals the blessings she has received as a stepmother.