Finding an LDS Father’s Day gift doesn’t have to be difficult. This collection of faith-inspiring products will help you celebrate the dad in your life and remind him how truly important he really is.
“Fathers are fundamental in the divine plan of happiness,” writes Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. “I want to raise a voice of encouragement for those who are striving to fill well that calling. I wish to focus on the good that men can do in the highest of masculine roles: husband and father.”
Based on his “Fathers” talk, given during the April 2016 general conference, this thoughtful new book contains insights and inspiration about the eternal role of men. Complete with beautiful photography and typography, The Good That Men Can Do uplifts, encourages, and honors husbands and fathers of all ages and walks of life as they share responsibility with our Heavenly Father to nurture His children.
Love always points you in the right direction and the Family Compass Keychain is the perfect reminder of that. The front features a vintage compass design with the names of your most important family and friends surrounding it. The back has a quote by President Gordon B. Hinckley which says:
“Love is like the polar star in a changing world. It is a constant. It is of the very essence of the gospel. It is the security of the home. It is the safeguard of community life. It is a beacon of hope in a world of distress.”
Simple and classy, these LDS temple cufflinks are the perfect addition to any Sunday suit. You can pick from any temple and it will be expertly engraved. It is a great way to memorialize important moments in your dad’s life, such as a sealing or a mission.
Do you need to celebrate a lot of dad’s at once? Or are you looking for a more affordable gift? This 16-page pamphlet is perfect for wards or groups. Gospel scholar and bestselling author David J. Ridges presents uplifting words to fathers, drawing from the family proclamation, reminding them of the importance of their role in mortality and through the eternities. Learn more here.
These popular wide foreign language CTR rings are now available in a stunning black finish! Pick from over 40 languages, including fictional pop culture languages. You can see the entire collection here.
Viral blogger Greg Trimble has reached millions through his blog by writing about topics he’s passionate about. But when it’s all said and done, he feels most passionate about being a dad. In his debut book, Dads Who Stay and Fight: How to Be a Hero for Your Family, Greg approaches fatherhood in a way that is fun and easy to understand. By drawing upon the wisdom of some of the world’s greatest dads, Greg is able to help future dads, new dads, and even seasoned dads leave a legacy, be remembered, and be a hero to their family.
Oil vials are a simple, yet classic gift for fathers. You can find one as unique as the dad in your life. There are multiple styles to choose from, including a new modern design and oil vials made from olive wood from Bethlehem. You can even add personalized engravings on most of them. Find your Dad’s new favorite here.
These personalized LDS temple pins can help your dad celebrate a wedding date, an endowment date, or a mission. Choose from silver, gold, or black finishes and any LDS temple.
Does your dad still love to talk about his LDS mission? Then get him an updated LDS mission pin! Available in silver, gold, and black, these pins feature the outline of the state or country your dad served in. See the whole collection here.
Not only are these cards beautifully designed and meaningful, but they are also absolutely FREE. Nothing can beat that! All you have to do is add them to your cart and go the checkout page. By placing the order, the cards are sent directly to you so you can download and print them however you’d like. Get one or all of them here!
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.