No Ordinary Religion

  Amazing And Unique Facts About The LDS Church That Have Been Forgotten Or Taken For Granted. GREAT GIFT FOR MISSIONARIES! Whether you’re a Mormon or not, this book allows you to view the LDS Church and Mormon people from a non-spiritual vantage point. It is a fascinating list of facts that are perfect for…

Oops, I Forgot My Primary Talk!

200 Primary Talks for Junior and Senior Primary Ever had a child forget to prepare their primary talk? No worries! These talks are helpful for children, parents, and primary leaders! Can also be used for Family Home Evening lessons, quiet reading on the Holy Sabbath, and a reverent book for kids to review during sacrament…

Serpent in the Singles Ward

It’s not easy being an LDS single adult… especially if you’re secretly a preacher on a covert mission. READ THE FIRST CHAPTER NOW! LDS Author, S. Perry Autry has written an uplifting, fun, and suspenseful novel. Carl Claybrook is a young preacher who goes undercover at an LDS singles ward. With a mission of saving…

Antiquity VS Iniquity – The Liahona

They seek a device more powerful than any weapon in human history. When David discovers a brass ball, he’s amazed at its similarity to an ancient object described in the Book of Mormon. At first he rejects the idea that he could be in possession of such an important artifact, but after searching the scriptures,…

My General Conference Notes

Kids, missionaries, and adults love taking notes at General Conference using this organized booklet! Simply use the table of contents to find the person speaking, flip to the page, and begin! Perfect for archiving special conference thoughts and memories. Great for missionaries! When the booklet is full, save it with your journals. This is something…

My Sacrament Meeting Notes

Perfect notebook for LDS children (and adults too)! Studies have shown that taking notes by hand boosts retention of information. Testing for this product resulted in children feeling important–Happy that they had their very own sacrament notebook and were eager to fill it! Children who normally read books or played during talks, sat quietly and…