Mormonism
Christlike Leader
Christlike Leader
Paperback      ISBN: 1462116752
Converted: True Conversion Stories from 15 Religions
Converted
True Conversion Stories from 15 Religions
Hardcover      ISBN: 1462120083

Before Alonzo Gaskill was a popular BYU professor and best-selling author, he was an altar boy in the Greek Orthodox Church. Discover his journey firsthand as he and fourteen others share their profound stories of conversion to the restored gospel from very different religious backgrounds. These inspiring true stories will give you a new perspective on your faith.

Cult Shock: The Book Jehovah's Witnesses & Mormons Don't Want You to Read
Cult Shock
The Book Jehovah's Witnesses & Mormons Don't Want You to Read
Paperback      ISBN: 1683504844
Cult Shock is an apologetic resource that teaches Christians how to defend their faith and evangelize Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons. It explains the beliefs of these groups and how Biblical Christianity refutes their worldview. Readers will gain confidence witnessing to these groups based on the Stengler's recommended engagement techniques from their years of experience. In no time short, Christians will go from a place of fear to fearless as they proclaim the real Jesus
Dads Who Stay and Fight: How to Be a Hero to Your Family
Dads Who Stay and Fight
How to Be a Hero to Your Family
Paperback      ISBN: 1462120040

Viral blogger Greg Trimble has reached millions through his blog by writing about topics he's passionate about. But when it's all said and done, he feels most passionate about being a dad. In his debut book, Greg approaches fatherhood in a way that is fun and easy to understand. By drawing upon the wisdom of some of the world's greatest dads, Greg is able to help future dads, new dads, and even seasoned dads leave a legacy, be remembered, and be a hero to their family.

Devil's Gate: Brigham Young and the Great Mormon Handcart Tragedy
Devil's Gate
Brigham Young and the Great Mormon Handcart Tragedy
Paperback      ISBN: 1416539891

The revelatory story, now in paperback, of the worst disaster in the history of the Western migrations--and how Brigham Young made it a parable of the indomitable Mormon spirit.

- Dramatic re-telling of a terrible but little-known tragedy: In 1856, 220 Mormons traveling west to Utah, pushing and pulling their belongings in handcarts, died of malnutrition and hypothermia. Roberts draws on contemporary letters and diaries to re-create the drama and suffering.

- A powerful indictment of Brigham Young: Young had been warned that the pilgrims were at risk from winter storms; he could have waited until the next year or sent aid eastward sooner but failed to do so until it was too late. Not only have Young's biographers ignored or minimized this tragic and preventable event, they've tacitly accepted the official version of the story, which casts it as an unavoidable act of God that tested--and proved--the faith and steadfastness of the Mormon spirit.

- Follows the success of other books about the Mormons: Devil's Gate will appeal to the same readers that made Jon Krakauer's Under the Banner of Heaven and Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith's The Mormon Murders into explosive, national bestsellers.
The Doctrine and Covenants Made Easier 2 Volume Set
The Doctrine and Covenants Made Easier 2 Volume Set
Hardcover      ISBN: 1462110452

A study guide in two volumes that contains the full text of the Doctrine and Covenants of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Doctrine and Covenants Made Easier Box Set
Doctrine and Covenants Made Easier Box Set
Paperback      ISBN: 146211945x

Scripture study made easy, enlightening, and straightforward. From beloved gospel scholar David Ridges comes The Doctrine and Covenants Made Easier Boxed Set This valuable collection contains the complete text of the Doctrine and Covenants, Brother Ridges's classic in-verse notes, and additional insights and commentary. Bring your family together and master latter-day scriptures with this helpful study companion.

Don't Shoot the Gentile
Don't Shoot the Gentile
Paperback      ISBN: 0806141948

When James Work took a teaching job at the College of Southern Utah in the mid-1960s, he knew little about teaching and even less about the customs of his Mormon neighbors. For starters, he did not know he was a "Gentile," the Mormon term for anyone not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But just as he learned to be a religious diplomat and a black-market bourbon runner, he also discovered that his master's degree in literature apparently qualified him to teach journalism, photography, creative writing, advanced essay and feature article writing, freshman composition, and "vocabulary building."

With deadpan humor, Work pokes fun at his own na vet in Don't Shoot the Gentile, a memoir of his rookie years teaching at a small college in a small, mostly Mormon town. From the first pages, Work tells how he navigated the sometimes tricky process of being an outsider, pulling readers--no matter their religious affiliation--into his universal fish-out-of-water tale. The title is drawn from a hunting trip Work made with fellow faculty members, all Mormons. When a load of buckshot whizzed over his head, one of the party hollered, "Don't shoot the Gentile We'll have to hire another one "

Today the College of Southern Utah is a university, and Cedar City, like most small towns in the West, is no longer so culturally isolated. James Work left in 1967 to pursue a doctorate, but his remembrances of the place and its people will do more than make readers--Mormon and non-Mormon alike--laugh out loud. Work's memoir will resonate with anyone who remembers the challenges and small triumphs of a first job in a new, strange place.

Early Homecoming: A Resource for Early-Returned Missionaries, Their Church Leaders, and Family
Early Homecoming
A Resource for Early-Returned Missionaries, Their Church Leaders, and Family
Paperback      ISBN: 1462122221

When a mission doesn't last as long as expected, it can be difficult to adjust to the change in plans. But every mission matters to our Heavenly Father. Based on personal experiences and scholarly research, this book helps loved ones, leaders, and returning missionaries navigate through the mixed emotions of an early release for any reason and press forward with faith.

Embracing the Broken: Letting Go of Perfection and Living by the Power of Christ's Grace
Embracing the Broken
Letting Go of Perfection and Living by the Power of Christ's Grace
Paperback      ISBN: 1462120652

Say no to the perfect lie. Satan would have us believe that we need to do more, achieve all our goals, and be perfect on our own, but that's not what our Savior has said. Learn how to embrace the broken elements in your life and let the Atonement help you become more than you could ever be alone.