Habits of Holy Men (Hardcover)*
Author: Don H. Staheli and Lloyd D. Newell
Product Description: Prominently displayed on the front of every LDS temple are the words, “Holiness to the Lord.” The promise of holiness uplifts and enlivens. In a noisy, troubled world, holiness gives peace, purpose, and perspective that cannot be found in any other way. Habits of Holy Men explores what holiness means, why it is so vital, and how it can be attained. Selecting key habits of holiness found in scripture, this book examines each of these transformative habits and explains why they are so necessary in our modern world. The book will both illustrate what it looks like to live these habits and suggest how the reader can fully embrace them. Living a life of holiness invites the kind of spiritual protection that helps us navigate life’s most difficult storms. Habits of Holy Men provides sincere readers with an opportunity to ponder and then develop a realistic plan to achieve the kind of personal holiness that will carry them through adversity, give them hope, and lead them to Jesus Christ.
About Author: Lloyd D. Newell is the author of more than a dozen books, including his two most recent: The Gospel of Second Chances and Celebrating Music and the Spoken Word. He holds a master’s degree in communications and a PhD in marriage, family, and human development from Brigham Young University, where he is a professor of Religious Education. Since 1990, Newell has been the voice and principal writer for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s weekly inspirational broadcast, Music and the Spoken Word. Brother Newell and his wife, Karmel, are the parents of four children
Don H. Staheli received a history degree from Brigham Young University and then earned master’s degrees from both Thunderbird School of International Management and BYU. Don has been an LDS Church employee for over 40 years, with assignments in various departments. Don is the author of five books, including the best-selling children’s book The Story of the Walnut Tree. Don and his wife, Cyndy, have five children and twenty grandchildren.