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Love on Pointe

Tiffany Odekirk

Rhys Solario has a secret—one he plans to keep: he’s a non-Mormon attending Brigham Young University. With only two semesters left before graduation, he just wants to keep flying under the radar. Then he meets Emmy in a Book of Mormon class, and for the first time, the idea of keeping to himself doesn’t sound so appealing.

Emmy Jennings only feels confident when she’s dancing ballet. With every plié and chassé, all her worries fade away. But when she fails to earn a coveted solo, her confidence on the dance floor disintegrates and the future she’s worked so hard to earn stands in jeopardy.

Assigned to be study partners, both Rhys and Emmy face initial anxieties regarding who they really are. But slowly, their tentative friendship evolves into something more. Yet even as love deepens, the pair is faced with a disheartening truth: Rhys can’t take Emmy to the temple, and the promise of eternity is not something Emmy’s willing to give up. With everything on the line, the couple must decide if they’re prepared to reshape their hearts—and their lives—for the promise of forever.

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It’s Great to Be a Missionary

Ed J. Pinegar

“After all that has been said, the greatest and most important duty is to preach the Gospel.”

—Joseph Smith

With a broad collection of inspiring scriptures and quotes from prophets and General Authorities, It’s Great to Be a Missionary will empower missionaries to be their very best as they go about the Lord’s work. Featuring topics ranging from forsaking the world to becoming peacemakers to goal-setting, there are insights for every occasion. Whether used as a daily pick-me-up or as material for companionship study and district meetings, this little book of spiritual gems will aid missionaries as they go about the sacred work of bringing souls unto Christ.

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Wrong for You

Jenny Proctor

Lane Bishop is a hardworking, intelligent, beautiful young woman. And with her recent move to Chapel Hill, she is determined to leave behind the drama and effort of keeping up with the dating scene. Even so, Lane somehow manages to get dragged out by a gaggle of girls to go watch boys play soccer. Just watching is not Lane’s forte, so she joins in the fun and leads her team to victory.

Rather than feeling intimidated by the vivacious beauty on the opposing team, Jamie Hamilton is intrigued. Risking his “untouchable” dating status, he decides to pursue Lane—with a little help from his older brother Simon. With Simon’s behind-the-scenes assistance, Jamie proves irresistible, even to a disillusioned dater like Lane. But as she gets to know both brothers, Lane can’t help but wonder—beneath the grand gestures and romantic words, is she falling for the wrong guy?

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Winds of Change

Jean Holbrook Mathews

The year is 1854, and change is in the air throughout India. Within the walls of her grand home in Calcutta, Sarah McCune anxiously awaits the future. After eighteen months at war, her husband, a sergeant in the Bengal Army of the East India Company, has made an extraordinary proposal: leave all the comforts of their life in Asia for an unknown future in America. As recent converts to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sarah and her husband are drawn to the promise of Zion. So, despite their fears regarding the dangerous voyage before them, they and their four children embark on a journey of faith that will test the limits of their conviction and define generations to come. This breathtaking saga, based on the historical journals of one Latter-day Saint family, invites readers to experience the sacrifices and perils of these early pioneers as they faithfully seek a land of promise.

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Sense and Second Chances Book on CD

Brittany Larsen

Emily Carter is on the fast track to success when the unthinkable happens: a tragic accident claims the lives of her parents. Now Emily must set aside her dreams and raise her two younger siblings, Annie and Bryce. Emily and Annie are sisters, but that doesn’t mean they are anything alike. Whereas Emily reacts to the tragedy with her characteristic stoic calm, passionate Annie spirals into depression. Just when things seem like they can’t get any more difficult, Emily’s older half-brother and his fiancée arrive not to help, but to claim the family home he’s inherited from their parents. Without a place to call their own, Emily must take action—and fast.

When an exciting employment opportunity arises in Utah, the displaced Carters decide to build a new life in a new home. But it soon becomes clear that their future prospects will go far beyond professional, as each sister is faced with an unexpected romance. Yet love is never simple, and in matters of the heart, one sister must proceed with caution while the other needs to take a leap of faith . . .

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Understanding the Apocrypha

While translating the Old Testament in 1833, the Prophet Joseph Smith encountered the ancient writings called the Apocrypha and inquired of the Lord for more understanding. The Lordês response, now contained in section 91 of the Doctrine and Covenants, has caused many members of the Church to wonder what the Apocrypha is and whether they should read it. Joseph Smith was told by the Lord that there are many true things in the Apocrypha, but also many false ones written by the hands of men. Yet the promise is also given that –whoso is enlightened by the Spirit shall obtain benefit therefrom” (D&C 91:5). This presentation seeks to introduce the Apocrypha to an LDS audience by answering questions such as: What is the Apocrypha, and where does it come from? What topics are in the Apocrypha? Did early LDS Church members use the Apocrypha? Is the Apocrypha considered scripture? Would I benefit from reading the Apocrypha? Jared Ludlow, gospel scholar and professor in the Ancient Scripture Department at BYU, answers these questions and more in this fascinating talk on 2S.

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I Love To See The Temple

The Beauty of Latter-day Saint temples come to vivid life for children and adults alike in I love to See the Temple. Featuring the artwork of Michael Muir, this charming book will be cherished by the entire family.

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Slow Cooking Fast

At the end of another busy day, the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove! In a world of quick fixes and convenience cooking, the era of hearty home-cooked meals seems to be a remnant of the past. Not so, proves acclaimed food blogger Karen Bellessa Petersen in Slow-Cooking Fast!, a comprehensive guide to the art of slow-cooker cuisine. For beginner and experienced cooks alike, these mouthwatering recipes require little prep time and call for ingredients commonly stocked in your kitchen cabinet. From classics like foolproof Barbeque Beef and Peach Cobbler to the more exotic flavors of Spinach Artichoke Dip, Jambalaya, and Nutella-Coconut Lava Cake, there are recipes sure to satisfy even the pickiest eater. Sprinkled with dozens of handy slow-cooker tips and tricks, this delectable selection of budget savvy, family-friendly recipes proves that there´è_s no need to sacrifice taste in the interest of saving time!

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Banner Is Unfurled Volume 2: Be Still My Soul, A

Even when they are in the same house, Ezekiel Johnson feels as far away from his wife, Julia, as he does his children, who are scattered across the young nation. Perhaps his plan to sell their land and move what’s left of his family to Fort Dearborn will purge them of the strong influence of Joseph Smith’s new church. However, neither the religious persecution of her neighbors nor the harsh words of her husband can keep Julia Johnson from following what she knows to be true. But will her grown children follow their fellow Saints to Kirtland or remain loyal to their father’s wishes? One man, Almon Babbitt, hopes the Johnson’s, or at least their daughter Julianne, do come to Kirtland. However, he isn’t the only suitor vying for her affections. Weaving two decades of tragedy and triumph from the lives of a real family into an odyssey that is both a historical document and a compelling piece of fiction, Be Still My Soul is a heroic and unforgettable story of love and loss drawn from the detailed diaries and letters that could be much like your own.

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Dark Memories

There are things in the darkness – things much worse than the tracks and abandoned pieces of equipment that trip the children up and gash at their feet and legs – things that brush silently past them, touching their faces before disappearing again.

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