There’s never been a better time to freshen up your home decor or stock up on great gifts for your entire family! Whether it’s adding some new pillows on your bed or finding an inspiring new book to read, you’ll find something you’re sure to love during the Deseret Book sale and the Latter-day Home sale.
Save 20% off your entire order in-store or online at Deseret Book. Use promo code Pioneer21 online, no code needed in store. Regular exclusions apply.
And at Latter-day Home, get 24% off for 24 hours on July 24th.
We’ve handpicked some of our favorites deals below from both Deseret Book and Latter-day Home.
Deseret Book Sale
Pioneer Day Appreciation Sale: 20% off your entire order* Saturday only, in stores and online. Use promo code Pioneer21 to save online. Click here to shop online starting Saturday or head to your local Deseret Book store on Saturday to shop and save.
*Regular exclusions apply
The General Conference Addresses Journal Edition has all the text of the General Conference addresses from April 2021 in one spiral-bound paperback. Extra-wide, lined margins give you space to record your impressions and document insights you receive. Create an enduring record to make this General Conference truly unforgettable.
Over the past twenty years, more than 12,000 pages of scholarly research on Joseph Smith have been published as part of the Joseph Smith Papers, with thousands more being prepared right now. These pages are filled with insights into Joseph, but most have not yet been shared in a way that makes them accessible to a broader audience. This collection of short essays will help close this gap and bring insights into Joseph to Latter-day Saints, both those who are struggling with questions about Joseph and those who simply want to understand the founding Prophet of the Restoration better. These essays look at Joseph Smith's life, character, personality, and relationships with others. Know Brother Joseph is an accessible and faith-promoting look at Joseph Smith, his life, and its relevance to us in our daily walk.
This rhyming, read-aloud book with warm illustrations shares a comforting, faith-filled message from a black father and mother to their children. Along with the children in the story, your own little ones will think about the ways our skin color, gender, and physical features are all different, as well as the things that bind us all together.
In soothing verse, the father assures his children that everyone can look like Jesus and the angels by the things they do. As the family walks through their neighborhood, the father points out the beauty in God's creations, from flowers, all unique and different, to all the children in their community. This book will start conversations in your family about appreciating the beautiful differences among all of God's children, helping your children become better disciples of Christ.
When Brigham Young summons young Morgan Davis to his office and calls him to join other missionaries in settling the Muddy River Valley (what is now Nevada), Morgan can't imagine what lies in store. He has just two weeks to find a wife and gather enough belongings to help start a settlement.
As Morgan and his new bride, Angeline, travel the long trail south in a covered wagon, they fall in love and connect with the other Saints. But the desert location on the Muddy River soon becomes a physical and emotional test for all of them. Together they face difficult requests from Church leaders, multiple failed attempts to settle, deaths of loved ones, and then perhaps the ultimate challenge—polygamy.
What do stalwart members do when faced with conflicting feelings between what their hearts tell them and the hard instructions from Salt Lake City? Morgan and Angeline are about to find out.
Beyond the Shade of the Mango Tree shows us how our Heavenly Father speaks to and magnifies His children who turn to Him. Elder Dube's story is in some ways the same as many of God's children's, but in other ways, his experiences are vastly different. From growing up in war-torn Zimbabwe, where he discovered the gospel at age twenty-two, to his Church leadership experiences in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Nigeria, and the United States, Elder Dube's stories and insights offer fresh perspectives on core gospel teachings. Through Elder Dube's own personal experiences along with teachings of latter-day prophets and the scriptures, Beyond the Shade of the Mango Tree teaches us that we can come to see ourselves as the Lord sees us—His beloved children, with the potential to become like Him.
Dallin H. Oaks may not have seemed the likeliest choice to become an Apostle. His life path had been anything but conventional. He was only seven when his mother became a widow. His young adulthood saw him joining the National Guard and marrying at nineteen. But all along that path, the Lord was preparing him for the call that would eventually come.
This engaging biography by noted historian Richard E. Turley, Jr. takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the life of an extraordinary leader. It is filled with stories and photographs detailing his boyhood, his family life, his education, and military experiences, and his distinguished academic and law career.
Most importantly, we witness his willingness to set aside that career in favor of a higher responsibility. In 1984, when President Gordon B. Hinckley extended the call to the apostleship, Dallin H. Oaks replied, "My life is in the hands of the Lord, and my career is in the hands of His servants." His lifetime of dedication to the Lord's work gives truth to his words and offers inspiration and faith to all who read his story.
Originally published in 1971, The Coming of the Lord, by Gerald N. Lund, became an instant bestseller and has remained continuously in print for nearly fifty years. Now this trusted resource has been fully updated and rewritten to reflect the latest prophetic teachings and a growing sense of urgency as the Lord hastens His work.
As Elder Lund explains, “God has spoken, is speaking, and will continue to speak to us through the Spirit and through His servants the prophets. This is a gift of inestimable worth to those who live in the last days. Though the title this book carries is The Second Coming of the Lord, it is much more than a book that focuses only on the actual return of Jesus Christ. It is an examination of the prophecies about the Second Coming and the events leading up to it.”
Did Joseph Smith really say that? Does the Church have that artifact? How accurate was that story told in Sunday School? Should I trust the information on this website? Can I draw closer to God by learning about history?
Real vs. Rumor explores Church history myths, rumors, and false quotes to demonstrate how to think effectively about the information that swirls around us in our day. Each chapter brims with illuminating examples from scripture, history, and popular culture. By thoughtfully combining study and faith, you will be strengthened as you deepen your discipleship, avoid deception, understand tough topics, and see the hand of God in history and in your own life.
When surrounded by faith-shaking fears—impulses to leave the restored gospel—how do we find the strength to HOLD ON?
We may not have certainty in all things, but we can hold on to those truths we do believe. And when honest doubts come or impulses to leave tempt us, we can be prepared. In this book, author S. Michael Wilcox shares six strategies to cope with these challenges and help us grow our faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Drawing on his own personal faith journey as well as lessons from scripture, history, and literature, Holding On is an insightful, honest, and empathetic conversation about faith and doubt. The messages in this book urge us to hold onto faith, center the essentials, resist the impulses to leave—and stay.
In Women and the Priesthood, Sheri Dew discusses the varying responsibilities of men and women in the context of key doctrine of the Church, including the eternal truths that women are vital to the success of the Lord's Church, that God expects women to receive revelations, and that both men and women have access to God's highest spiritual blessings. This newly revised edition includes the most recent teachings from prophets and apostles.
This enlightening book shows how studying the doctrine of the priesthood will help you find the answers you seek about women and the priesthood, about women in the Church, and about the vital influence that righteous women can have in the world.
Latter-day Home Sale
Save 24% on your entire order, for 24 hours on July 24th
Click here to shop now
She Will Find What is Lost has become one of Brian Kershisnik’s most popular and recognizable paintings. It resonates with people. Of this painting, Brian wrote “...many unseen forces are interested in you, love you, and work to influence matters for your profound benefit. Most of what we all do is resist it, misinterpret it, or mess it up, but my experience indicates that these unseen efforts persist impossibly. I thank God for that.”
Contemporary Christian artist, J. Kirk Richards captures the essence of the Messiah with loose brushstrokes in Christ Portrait VII.
- Open Edition
- High-quality giclee print on canvas
- Image Size 3"x3" or 8"x8"
- Mounted and framed, no glass
Illustrating the parable of the lost lamb, this canvas giclée depicts a flock of white sheep grazing on a grassy hill beside a stream. Clothed in a white robe with a crown of light around his head, Christ stands as the Good Shepherd, compassionately caring for the black lamb cradled in His arms. A timeless portrayal of Christ rescuing “the one”.
We all need encouragement... This popular framed quote by Jeffrey R. Holland is perfect for an entryway, hallway, mantle, or anywhere you need a little extra encouragement. Because of its neutrality, we think it works especially well on a gallery wall.
“There is beauty all around when there's love at home.” Welcome your guests with our natural fiber, Love at Home, doormat. Woven from the durable and rugged natural fibers found in coconut husks, our coir doormat easily absorbs moisture and cleans shoes.
Wrap yourself up in the cozy softness of a new Pom Pom Throw. It will also add a pop of color to your sofa, chair, or bed.
- Loose weave
- Finished with plush pom poms
- 50" x 60"
- 100% Cotton
This is the right plate! Save it for days you want your loved ones feeling extra special: birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, graduations, or any other reason you want to celebrate (like losing that first tooth!). The plates make great gifts and look especially nice topped with pancakes and whipped cream. Let’s celebrate!
Gathering is all about the food! Artfully arrange your family's favorite snacks on our solid wood charcuterie board. Plus, our charcuterie board will look great in your kitchen as a functional accent piece.
- 12" diameter, plus handle
- Mango wood
Hard work doesn’t have to go out of style, not really. The proof is in these extra-large storage bins that hold their shape and are perfect for storing extra large stacks of toys. These timeless reminders have just the right amount of motivation from our favorite advocate for hard work: President Gordon B. Hinckley. Now, let’s get to work!
Our knot pillow is like a Rubix Cube for your sofa. It’s the perfect companion to our line of throw pillows and completely unique. Tuck it beside a folded throw, toss it next to a set of pillows, or rest it on top of our buffalo-checked pouf. There’s no wrong answer here.