All Things New
by Fiona and Terryl Givens
In their groundbreaking book All Things New: Rethinking Sin, Salvation and Everything in Between, Fiona and Terryl Givens challenge Latter-day Saints to rethink much of the religious vocabulary that seeped into our tradition from 19th-century Protestantism–language and ideas that get in the way of healthy discipleship. They then help us explore specifically how we might reformulate, renew and Restore our religious language to reflect the original message of Jesus Christ.
by Patrick Mason
In Restoration: God’s call to the 21st Century World, scholar and author Patrick Mason reflects on what it means for Latter-day Saints to participate in the ongoing Restoration in a new century. What does it mean to restore Israel? How can a church with less than one percent of the world’s population be “true”? The Restoration was intended to bless all of our Heavenly Parents children, especially the marginalized and vulnerable among us. This book will inspire and challenge you to rethink, recommit, and respond to God’s call to the 21st-century world.
Better Than Happy
by Jody Moore
Our unconscious thought patterns determine our relationships, our spiritual life and our connection to God to a much greater extent than we know. That’s an alarming thought, because the subconscious mind is a mysterious realm that is really difficult to access and influence…right? No. It’s really not! And it’s the most urgent and impactful thing we can do. This book will show you how.
The Mother Tree: Discovering the Love and Wisdom of Our Divine Mother
by Kathryn Knight Sonntag
Who is Heavenly Mother, and do we have an individual imperative to seek Her as we do the Father and the Son? If so, how do we come to know Her? In The Mother Tree, poet and landscape architect Kathryn Knight Sonntag addresses the rising world-wide hunger to know a Mother God by asking these and other stirring questions. What follows is an exploration into the symbolic realm of the tree of life, Mother’s chosen metaphor in scripture, to discover Her regenerative powers in root work, the sturdy now of Her trunk, and the divine wisdom of the heavens in Her leafy crown. The Mother Tree presents a generous new framework for spiritual ascent—the feminine path of transformation through the archetypal tree—as a complement to the more familiar masculine way, pointing ultimately to the harmony of feminine and masculine wisdom; it is a balance needed for the healing of the soul and the world.
Transformations of Faith
by Thomas Wirthlin McConkie
The online course Transformations of Faith is a contemporary expression of timeless Wisdom as understood through the lens of the Restored Gospel.Go to the course
Helping to evolve a new language for a new generation of disciples, Thomas McConkie explores deep truths from the world’s religious traditions with a steady eye on how we can, as Latter-day Saints, become “living stones,” building Zion together here and now.