Upcoming Books

No Other Success

The Parenting Practices of David O. McKay

By Mark D. Ogletree

“No other success can compensate for failure in the home” is a statement made famous by President David O. McKay, who taught Church members the importance of focusing on the family. At the age of thirty-two, he magnified his responsibilities as a newly called Apostle. He had to learn to juggle world travel, heavy Church assignments, and duties with his small but growing family. Later, as a member of the First Presidency, he spent a lot of time teaching and fostering both his children and grandchildren.

  • $17.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-9443-9414-1

The Field Is White

Harvest in the Three Counties of England

By Carol Wilkinson and Cynthia Doxey Green

Wilford Woodruff told the story of his remarkable missionary success among the United Brethren in the Three Counties of England for many years after his initial meetings with them in the mid-1800s. This book examines how this group of people, along with their friends and neighbors who were also seeking religious truth, were prepared to receive the message of the restored gospel, and how they helped the Church membership grow in the Three Counties. Readers will learn about American and British missionary exploits in this area along with converts’ stories.

  • $23.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-9443-9415-8

Pioneer Women of Arizona

Second Edition

By Roberta Flake Clayton, Catherine H. Ellis and David F. Boone

These are the life stories of Mormon girls, young women, mothers, and grandmothers who traveled to Arizona by covered wagons and by train. These women drove teams and knitted socks while their men trailed the cattle. They settled the Arizona Strip and along the Little Colorado, San Pedro, Gila, and Salt Rivers.

  • $49.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-9443-9409-7

Zion's Trumpet

1856 and 1857 Welsh Mormon Periodical

Edited by Ronald D. Dennis

The fifty-two issues of Udgorn Seion (Zion’s Trumpet) published during 1856 and 1857 served to keep Latter-day Saints all over Wales abreast of the latest direction and information from their leaders in Swansea. The principal focus of the first few 1856 issues was emigration, and in April of that year over 500 Welsh Mormon converts set sail on the S. Curling. Over half of this group crossed the plains with the Edward Bunker handcart company.

  • $35.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-9443-9411-0

His Majesty and Mission

Edited by Nicholas J. Frederick and Keith J. Wilson

Christianity rises or falls based on the reality of the Resurrection. Christian religious leaders of all walks have commented on the importance of the Resurrection. Accordingly, this volume is organized to enhance our celebration of the miracle of the Resurrection. The essays published in this volume represent the talks presented at the annual Brigham Young University Easter Conferences in 2016 and 2017 by Sheri Dew, Eric D. Huntsman, Daniel K Judd, Camille Fronk Olson, Hank R. Smith, and Elder Kevin J Worthen.