In his October 2020 general conference address, President Russell M. Nelson posed a powerful question to members of the Church: Are you willing to let God prevail in your life? In response to this query, popular author and Real Talk podcast co-host Ganel-Lyn Condie delves into seven key concepts that illustrate what the invitation to “let God prevail” means in your life and the steps you can take to allow the will of the Lord to guide your actions day to day. Learn what you can do to more fully offer the Lord a willing heart and discover the mighty miracles that can be yours as you allow His will to prevail.
Take your gospel study to the next level with the Real Talk, Real Life through the Doctrine and Covenants journal, a companion volume for popular video and podcast series Real Talk, hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and Scott Sorensen. This guided journal is designed to support a study of the Doctrine and Covenants and Real Talk’s weekly podcast discussions of the 2021 Come, Follow Me lessons and also allows you the freedom to use any Come, Follow Me or scripture resource. You will be able to delve deeply into your understanding and real-life application of the Doctrine and Covenants like never before. Featuring related scriptures and quotes, as well as weekly talking points to guide your reflection, this unique journal will enrich your understanding of the Doctrine and Covenants as you chronicle your personal insights and experiences.
In a world where many women wonder if they measure up, the quest for perfection can be exhausting! For those who are overloaded and overwhelmed by feelings of inadequacy comes an authentic and powerful lifeline of reassurance by best-selling author and popular motivational speaker Ganel-Lyn Condie. Featuring lessons taught through scripture, Church leaders, and personal experience, this inspirational book highlights the eternal strength inherent in and available to every woman. Readers will laugh, cry, and feel supported as they live their earthly missions with renewed peace and confidence
Motherhood can be fraught with questions, fears, and feelings of inadequacy. While there is no guidebook for enduring the ups and downs of parenting, the scriptures are full of accounts of faithful women who went through some of the same trials mothers face today.
Author Ganel-Lyn Condie explores some of the life-altering choices made by sixteen notable and everyday Latter-day Saints and the chain of events that followed those decisions that affected other people’s lives. From the broad impact of Janice Kapp Perry’s course-changing decision to pursue music to the significance of Chris Carter’s converting to the gospel as a young boy, each story demonstrates the potential ripple effects of our decisions. While following the promptings of the Spirit without a full understanding of the outcome requires great faith, sometimes making that one decision has the power to change our lives—and the world.
The next in the popular With God series, I Can Choose Joy with God is a powerful compilation of essays written by women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that offers a compelling look at the struggles they faced and how they found joy even in their darkest hours. From parental concerns to financial hardships to debilitating anxiety, these personal accounts demonstrate the incomparable strength that can be harnessed through faith in a loving Heavenly Father.
Are unresolved feelings of anger, resentment, and guilt keeping you from living your best life? It’s time to let go of the pain and make the life-changing decision to forgive. A stirring new work from best-selling author Ganel-Lyn Condie, I Can Forgive with God features the personal accounts of an incredible group of women who have harnessed the power of forgiveness after enduring the furnace of affliction. From divorce and death to addiction and abuse, these sisters’ experiences are linked by one common truth: the power of absolution is available to all through hard work and faithful reliance on our loving Heavenly Father.
We talk of emergency preparedness for the big earthquakes or world events. More often, it is the personal trials that hit close to home that are the most difficult. If we wait to prepare spiritually until the storm hits, we may find ourselves blown over …
The question is not “Will I face challenges?” but rather, “How will I deal with challenges when they come?” I Can Do Hard Things with God is an inspiring collection of essays by a variety of LDS women who have confronted this very question. Replete with examples of sisters who have faced trials of death and disability, infertility and illness, and so much more, this poignant anthology brings to life the fact that these women are prevailing against all odds. They offer glimpses into lives that have been uplifted and enriched through stalwart preparation and unwavering faith, and readers will come to understand that they too can rely on God’s grace to strengthen them in their adversity.
Celebrate the twelve days of Christmas with a collection of twelve stories from some of your favorite authors, including Anita Stansfield, Melanie Jacobson, Ganel-Lyn Condie, and more! Filled with a dozen heartwarming true stories of faith, family, and the joys of giving, this book really is the perfect gift for anyone hoping to feel the magic and delight of Christmas. Come rejoice in the season as each family struggles to remember the true meaning of Christmas will they be swept up in the holiday rush, or will they find comfort in Christ and learn to put others needs above their own?
Why do people choose to leave their faiths, their marriages, and, in some drastic cases, their bodies? In this new talk from beloved speaker and author Ganel-Lyn Condie, she explores this question and provides words of hope and encouragement.
Ganel-Lyn Condie has inspired and connected with audiences all over the world who frequently say, “I could have listened to her all night.” In her latest talk—YOU ARE LIONPROOF—Ganel-Lyn invites you to consider that you really are PROOF, protected in every way. Just like Daniel, who was caught in the den of hungry lions, you too can pray mightily to shut the mouths of and make peace with your addictions and temptations.
“Do you believe that Peter really walked on water?”
Ganel-Lyn Condie answers, Absolutely! And you are also walking on water every day.”
Through simple yet powerful application of scripture stories and moving personal experiences, Ganel-Lyn reminds you that the Savior wants to have a personal place in your life and your heart. Not only can you find healing, like the woman with the issue of blood, but you can also find real hope in walking with Christ each day. His grace can help you with the difficult and overwhelming parts of life. When you get discouraged, remember that like Peter, you can and are walking on water with Christ.