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Best LDS Books To Read

Our list of some of the best Lds books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.

Understanding Your Endowment (2015)

 Best LDS Books To ReadMost books on the LDS temple are either too general to be very helpful or too scholarly and esoteric to appeal to most Church members. This volume is different. Based primarily upon the scriptures, Understanding Your Endowment explores the meaning of the temple endowment in our daily lives.Coming to understand our own endowment is a personal, sacred journey–one largely between us individually and the Lord.
Author(s): Cory Jensen

350 Questions Lds Couples Should Ask Before Marriage (2018)

 Best LDS Books To ReadStart your marriage off right! This comprehensive book includes hundreds of questions to discuss with your future spouse so you’ll both know what to expect. Practice your communication skills with questions about Sabbath day observance, family traditions, and household responsibilities. Now with an updated list of questions and a brand-new chapter about technology and social media habits!
Author(s): Shannon L. Alder

What Every Mormon Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew…and Did: Secret Confessions of an LDS Psychiatrist (2018)

 Best LDS Books To ReadFeel Confident and Connected in Your LDS Marriage At its best, marriage is a wonderful, amazing thing, filled with passion, romance and deep connection. Unfortunately, it’s not always like this. We can feel angry, having the same arguments over and over. We can feel unsupported, unappreciated, and unloved.
Author(s): Frazier MD, Mike

Our Love Story Journal: 138 Questions and Prompts for Couples to Complete Together (2019)

 Best LDS Books To ReadOur Love Story Journal is the perfect journal for couples to capture their love story together.With this couples journal, you’ll be able to: with your significant other, so you can reflect on your memories and time shared whenever you want to in t…
Author(s): Ashley Kusi, Marcus Kusi

My Baptism Journal and Memories I Am a Child of God: Commemorative 6″x9″ Baptism Journal, No Prompt Lined Blank Notebook, Church Journal (2018)

 Best LDS Books To ReadThis darling Baptism journal is perfect for birthday and baptism gifts, First Journal, a place to record special memories, special events, for the child turning the special age of 8.
Author(s): Scout, Ivy

Moroni’s Guide to Surviving Turbulent Times (2017)

 Best LDS Books To ReadThe prophet Moroni, who spent at least the last twenty years of his life alone and wandering to avoid being captured and killed, has in the latter days become one of the symbols of our religion. His statue watches over nearly every temple and has been depicted on the cover of millions of copies of the Book of Mormon in dozens of languages. In this book, best-selling author John Bytheway suggests that Moroni’s last words were both intensely personal and universally applicable.
Author(s): John Bytheway

250 Fascinating Facts About LDS Temples (2018)

 Best LDS Books To ReadDo you know which temple is built from crushed lava rock and coral? Which temple’s grounds were occupied by a rebel army? Which temple is home to an ancient Viking burial ground? Which temple had mummies on display? Which temple has more rooms than the Taj Mahal? Discover hundreds of incredible facts that prove that although every temple’s purpose is the same, each temple has its own unique history.
Author(s): Rebekah Pitts

More than the Tattooed Mormon (2015)

 Best LDS Books To ReadAl Fox Carraway has spent years inspiring the world with her story of conversion, redemption, and finding faith. As a blogger, social media personality, and award-winning public speaker, her message has reached millions.
Author(s): Al Carraway

The LDS Guitar Hymnbook (2016)

 Best LDS Books To ReadThe Lds Guitar Hymnbook features lyrics, chords and melodies for over 80 favorite Lds hymns. Perfect for family home evening!
Author(s): Gerry Baird

Our Gratitude Journal: 52 Weeks of Love, Mindfulness, and Appreciation for Couples (2018)

 Best LDS Books To Readis the perfect journal for couples to share their and for each other on a weekly basis.With this gratitude journal for couples, you’ll be able to: for each other at the end of the week. Specifically, you will both be able to write something you are grateful about each other and then read what your partner wrote too – that means a letter for you each week of what your partner appreciates about YOU. in your relationship. your partner, so you can start and end your week with gratitude.
Author(s): Marcus Kusi, Ashley Kusi

LDS Coloring Book for Adults (2016)

 Best LDS Books To ReadGrab some colored pencils and start coloring! This LDS Coloring Book for adults is full of inspiring messages and therapeutic designs to help unlock your creativity. Filled with uplifting scriptures and quotes from general authorities, this coloring book of 20 original pieces will help you focus on the positive in any tough situation.
Author(s): Misty Choate, Shannon DeJong, et al.

Raising Responsible, Emotionally Mature Children: Skills for LDS Parents (2015)

 Best LDS Books To ReadParenting is tough and mistakes made in a moment can take years to repair. However, you love your children, so learning the skills of effective parenting will be the most worthwhile venture you ever pursue. Roger K. Allen, Ph.D., has studied family relationships for over thirty years and developed a time-tested set of tools to help parents succeed in raising responsible, emotionally mature children.
Author(s): Allen, Ph.D., Roger K.

Understanding the Symbols, Covenants, and Ordinances of the Temple (2016)

 Best LDS Books To ReadThere are few, even temple workers, who comprehend the full meaning and power of the temple endowment. Seen for what it is, it is the step-by-step ascent into the Eternal Presence. If our young people could but glimpse it, it would be the most powerful spiritual motivation of their lives! &nbsp&nbsp&#8212David O. McKay Primary children sing, "I love to see the temple. I’m going there someday," but with little understanding of what happens once they get there.
Author(s): Amy Hardison

Best Lds Books to Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some lds books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Rebuilding a Lazy Testimony: True Story of One Who Rekindles a Relationship With God After a Loved One Leaves the LDS Church

Author(s): Taft Givens; Christian L. Richards; Mason Q. Wilcox; Ensign R. Callister; Mary Patrick Anderson
ID: 2574890, Publisher: Seeds Planted in Jesus Christ Press, Year: 2019, Size: 266 Kb, Format: epub

A reason for faith: navigating LDS doctrine & Church history

Author(s): Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints;Hales, Laura Harris
ID: 2690769, Publisher: Deseret Book Company;Religious Studies Center, Year: 2016;2015, Size: 3 Mb, Format: epub

What Your Parents Didn’t Tell You About Sex: An LDS Guide to Sexual Intimacy

Author(s): Anthony A Hughes
ID: 2395413, Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Year: 2015, Size: 171 Kb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to The New York Times, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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