June LDS nonfiction releases include the biographical, inspirational, and helpful

June Radiant releases

Dennis B. Horne’s “The Life of Orson F. Whitney: Historian, Poet, Apostle,” Dan Barker’s “Seeds of Faith: Conversion Stories from Early Church History,” and Jaci Wightman’s “Body Image Breakthrough: Learning to See Your Body and Your Beauty in a Whole New Light” comprise our June LDS nonfiction releases.

Each of these titles will be released on June 10 and will be available in bookstores and from online retailers.

Life-of-Orson-F-Whitney_2x3The Life of Orson F. Whitney: Historian, Poet, Apostle
by Dennis B. Horne

Miracles. Visions. Healings. These are a few of the things that filled Orson F. Whitney’s life. Using unpublished autobiographical accounts and his personal journal, this book delves into Whitney’s love and family life, literary works, struggle to overcome misunderstandings—and even some doctrinal rebellion—before he became an apostle of the Lord. Enjoy the stories of faith and spiritual perseverance of one of the great apostles of this dispensation.

 

 

Seeds of Faith: Conversion Stories from Early Church HistorySeeds-of-Faith-2_2x3
by Dan Barker

In Sunday School, we learn about the remarkable miracles of early converts. But what about their lives before they became spiritual giants? Dan Barker, author of “Little-Known Stories about the Doctrine and Covenants,” compiles conversion stories full of visions, persecutions, and miracles. Our ancestors’ paths to the gospel will strengthen your testimony as you live your own conversion story.

 

 

Body-Image-Breakthrough_2x3Body Image Breakthrough:
Learning to See Your Body and Your Beauty
in a Whole New Light

by Jaci Wightman

Stop sacrificing to the idol of the perfect woman. “Body Image Breakthrough” cuts through the fad diets and pop psychology to find the root of women’s body image issues. Free yourself from negative body image and live each day as Heavenly Father intended, wrapped in the soul-healing beauty of the Lord.

 

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