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10 Meaningful LDS Bereavement Gifts

Abide With Me Print

This beautiful print by Simon Dewey is a reminder that Christ is waiting with open arms to welcome you home. It is available in multiple sizes, making it perfect for homes, scriptures, and displays at funerals and family gatherings. You can get it here. It is also available framed if you’re looking for a more permanent piece.

 

Willow Tree Figurines

The classic Willow Tree figurines are some of the most popular LDS bereavement gifts. They come in multiple designs to represent your most cherished relationships. They are a sweet reminder whenever you look at them. You can see a whole collection of them here.

 

Everlasting Beginnings Pendant Necklace

A necklace like this is a last reminder and strength after lost. It comes in multiple designs and has a powerful quote from President Dieter F. Uchtdorf about the eternal nature of our souls: “There are not true endings; only everlasting beginnings.” The back can even be engraved with a special message, name, or date. Take a look at it here.

 

The Magnificent World of Spirits

“The Magnificent World of Spirits: Eyewitness Accounts of Where We Go When We Die” is a detailed guide to the spirit world that gives fascinating glimpses of life beyond the veil by people who visited the spirit world during the early years of the Church. Filled with stories of insight and inspiration, this stirring book combines fascinating personal experiences with scripture, perceptive commentary, and quotes from latter-day prophets and other leaders. This book will bring you peace as you come to understand what awaits us on the other side of the veil.

 

Personalized Handwriting Jewelry

If you have the handwriting of a deceased loved one available, then turn it into a precious memento. With multiple necklace and key-chain designs for men and women, you won’t want to stop looking at these special  pieces. If you’d like to write a special message to someone in their time of need, you can do that as well. See all of your options available here.

 

Home by David Bowman

This warm sketch from LDS artist David Bowman captures the joy we’ll feel when we are reunited with Jesus Christ. It comes in multiple frame sizes. Learn more here.

 

Roman Numerals Date Ring

With a modern black finish and a bright silver engraving, men will love this reminder of important dates. Pick a date and it will be engraved in roman numerals. It can be a sealing date, a date of loss, or a birth date. It is a subtle way to honor a relationship that means a lot to you. Get it here.

 

For Eternity Temple Charm Necklace

You can always remember an important temple occasion with this charm necklace. One charm has the temple of your choice, the other has two initials of people you love, and the other has an important date. It is especially good for honoring sealings between husbands and wives or other family members. See all of your options here.

 

For Times of Trouble: Spiritual Solace from the Psalms

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland is known for his tenderness to those who struggle and suffer. In this book and DVD combo, Elder Holland explores dozens of scriptural passages from the psalms, offering personal ideas and insights and sharing his testimony that “no matter what the trouble and trial of the day may be, we start and finish with the eternal truth that God is for us.” It is available here.

Families are Forever Bar Necklace

The beloved Primary hymn is now a beautiful bar necklace. It comes in three different finishes and is a simple reminder that families truly are forever. Get it here.

Want more LDS bereavement gifts to help with comforting loved ones and planning services? Click here for more options.

 

 

 

 

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Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a social media manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and is addicted to organic milk, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.
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