Remorse, scripture, and history the focus of May LDS nonfiction releases

May Radiant releasesOur May LDS nonfiction offerings are a mixed bag of the historical, scriptural, and guilty–though the latter is probably not what you’re expecting.

Each of these titles will be released on May 13 and will be available in bookstores and from online retailers.

Divine-Providence_2x3Divine Providence:
The Wreck and Rescue of the Julia Ann

(DVD included)

by Fred Woods

On a night in 1855, the crash of the ship striking coral awoke the group of Australian saints. The bow of the Julia Ann flew into the air and the waves and rocks quickly tore it apart. The survivors reached a desert island but with almost no food or water. Only the power of God could save them from death.

 

Guilt Free: Using Remorse to Escape the Adversary’s ToolGuilt-Free_2x3
by Karen John

 

“Men are that they might have joy—not guilt trips”  (Elder Russell M. Nelson). Guilt is a debilitating, forceful emotion with power to slow or stop our progression. We all feel guilt at some level, but Karen John, LCSW, explains how you can use remorse to access the Atonement and heal from unresolved guilt and pain.

 

 

 

El-Libro-de-Mormon-Part-1_2x3El Libro de Mormon Hecho mas Facil
(The Book of Mormon Made Easier)

by David J. Ridges (translated by Joaquin Fenollar)

In our busy world, we sometimes find our scripture study isn’t quite productive. The solution is here with “The Book of Mormon Made Easier, Volume One,” now in Spanish! Along with the complete text of the Book of Mormon, this valuable study guide includes in-the-verse notes and additional insights and commentary. This book is the perfect study companion!