Anyone who truly wants a testimony of the Savior Jesus Christ and His Plan of Happiness can get one, but it takes more than wanting. It takes action. Whether you’ve been a member of the Church all your life, or you’re just exploring its teachings for the first time, this little book will help you see why basic, simple steps can make all the difference. It all depends on how much you want it. This book is suitable for the whole family.
How Much Do You Want It? came out of a class I taught in a youth class one Sunday.
Everyone has a unique perspective, but most of us have allowed society to program the way we process and react to the things around us. Most of us fall into very conventional patterns of what dominates our attention. The media shouts at us and tells us to focus on X, Y, and Z because they deem them important (and most likely lucrative).
But the truth remains, metaphorically or literally, that we see what we look at. What we see affects what we think about and how we feel, whether we’re looking in the mirror, or at the news, or into the neighbor’s yard. Do we see the bright smile, the medical break-through, and the blooming roses? Or do we focus on the thick waist, the local crime, and the dandelions getting ready to spew seeds?
This book offers 11 practical ways to change how you look at the world around you in order to find more happiness in daily life. This is suitable for the whole family.
You See What You Look At came from presentations I gave at a conference for single adults, and another for adult women.
Some storms of life shake even those with strong faith. When that happens, we can either give in to spiritual and emotional destruction, or we can seek out the Light of the World to guide us safely Home.
This book aims to rekindle faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and help world-weary travelers overcome obstacles of sin, betrayal, self-doubt, and more.
Help Thou My Unbelief had been brewing in the back of my mind for a while, and when I got a message from a friend in spiritual crisis, I thought I’d better hurry up and write it.
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All proceeds from the sales of the paperback books go to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Humanitarian Relief Fund, helping disaster victims, refugees, and poverty-stricken people all around the globe, and to the Perpetual Education Fund, helping people in third-world and developing nations to obtain technical training opportunities or to attend institutions of higher education world-wide.
Is there more coming?
Yes. I’m scribbling away at one called Get Thee Hence, Bully, written with my teen daughter and other young people I know in mind. There are several other titles and ideas that I keep in a folder in my files, and I’ll work my way through them gradually, most likely releasing about one a year.