Thanks to LDS Smile for this great list of FREE LDS books on Amazon. You can download them on your phone, tablet, or computer for free.
I thought this would be a helpful resource for those of you, like me, who enjoy reading and being able to get access to a book for free.
Click on any of the links below to go to Amazon where there is a free download available for each book.
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Laurel thought life had dealt her its worst blow when her marriage fell apart. For almost a year, she worked to put herself back together. These efforts culminated in a new job in a new place. Away from all the reminders of pain and humiliation, she can begin again. But what if her attempt to escape doesn’t take her away from Colton, but brings her to him instead?
Colton is reaping the sorrow and misery he deserves. For the worst of reasons, he hurt the woman he loves. Laurel’s heart won’t heal easily or ever without God’s help. Will she give him the chance to regain her trust? Or will he be forced to live the rest of his life without her?
Other books in this series: For Better or Worse: Book 2 in the Forgiving Hearts Trilogy
These are actual letters written by Joseph Smith Jr. and so all are written in the 1st person. It gives you a good in-depth view of what the Prophet was like and how he handled situations.
Inspired by the five petals of the tiny forget-me-not flower, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf reminds us of five things we will be wise to never forget:
- To be patient with ourselves.
- To distinguish between a good sacrifice and a foolish sacrifice.
- To be happy now.
- To focus on the “why” of the gospel.
- To know that the Lord loves each of us infinitely.
A wonderful gift for any woman in your life!
Bestselling LDS author John Hilton III shows us that there is much more to Christmas than Santa Claus. Do you know why we decorate the tree? What have latter-day prophets asked us to do at Christmastime? What gifts would the Savior want us to give this season? In The Little Book of Christmas Spirit, John walks you through twenty ways to make your Christmas more Christ-centered through stories, fun family traditions, activities, and much more. It’s a little Christmas book filled with big Christmas spirit.
If you are feeling overwhelmed with change, challenges, or checklists, you may wonder how you can partake now of God’s happiness and find your pathway to peace, hope, and joy.
With loving insight, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf addresses two attributes that contribute to our Heavenly Father’s perfect happiness – the power of creation and service with compassion. As a treasured daughter of our Heavenly Father, you can develop those remarkable abilities as well as find happiness in the journey.
By listening to the Spirit, you can come to realize that creating is not just done with paint, pen, or pottery, and compassionate service is more than a casserole or a card. As you bring something into existence that has never been before and as you serve others – even in small ways – you cannot help but participate in the wonder that is God’s joy.
In The Remarkable Soul of a Woman, President Uchtdorf’s timely thoughts on creating and being compassionate will buoy you up, give you strength, and help you realize what a great power for good you truly are.
Sometimes we need a reminder that life was never all sunshine and roses for fairy-tale princesses. Before the true love s kisses and happily ever afters, there were poisoned apples, spindle pricks, and impossible tasks. Speaking to the princesses of our Heavenly King, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf compares our challenges to those faced by famous fairy-tale heroines.
Recounting Belle’s captivity, Cinderella’s servitude, and the miller’s daughter’s sacrifices, President Uchtdorf emphasizes that each princess had to overcome adversity before she reached her happily ever after.
Beautifully designed and illustrated, Your Happily Ever After is an inspiring and uplifting message that will encourage latter-day daughters of God to focus on His plan, to find happiness in service, and to fully embrace the blessings of the gospel.
Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom is a simple, practical guide to help LDS families organize their personal financial plans to meet their unique goals. The book provides simple answers to questions like:
How much should I be saving each month for my son’s mission?
How much should I be saving each month for my children’s college education?
How can I save enough to be able to retire while I’m healthy enough to serve a mission?
Avoiding tips on pinching pennies, the book focuses on opportunities to save thousands or tens of thousands of dollars by making smart moves with big decisions, like home and car purchases.
Mormon families will appreciate the gospel-centered, scripture-based focus on putting tithing at the center of a financial plan. Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom will help prepare families to enjoy the benefits of their labor while simultaneously contributing to the growth of the Church.
Mormon Mission Prep: A Practical Guide to Spiritual and Physical Preparation takes a unique look at missionary preparation by focusing on the practical as well as the spiritual side of preparing to serve the Lord. The book provides details on the application forms and estimated timelines of when to start and how long steps should take.
The book helps young people, their parents, and leaders to know the mission call process in order to relieve stress and help prevent unnecessary delays in getting the mission call. The book also discusses how to become an effective missionary by knowing and using the scriptures, maintaining your worthiness, understanding the gospel, and developing a testimony.
Author Jimmy Smith addresses these issues and more in this book that is full of tips on preparing both spiritually and physically for an LDS mission.
Cathee is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has suffered from severe post-traumatic stress disorder for several years. During a vacation with her four-year-old daughter to Topeka, Kansas, she meets Garrett, a widowed therapist. He hopes Cathee will let him help her work through her issues, but her past has come back to haunt her.
Sister Morgan has a gift of tongues, but it is not helping her to learn Spanish on her mission. Then a bird flies to her window, offering to exchange her ability to speak with animals for a gift of her choosing, including the ability to know Spanish. Sister Morgan doesn’t believe that exchange is worth it, but what would be?
A 600-word flash fiction.