Doug talks to John Groberg, an Emeritus General Authority for the LDS Church and the inspiration behind Disney's The Other Side of Heaven, about his new book, Eternity is Now. As a husband, father, mission president, and member of the Seventy, Groberg draws from his rich experiences to write about the importance of living life from an eternal perspective.
Doug Wright talks to Al Rounds, artist behind the paintings in Beautiful Zion Impressions of Church History. The book, written by S. Michael Wilcox, features more than 60 paintings and shows the most important locations of LDS Church history in Rounds' signature watercolor style.
Ordinary women can have an impact in their families and communities. Doug Wright talks to special guest, Author Elaine S. Dalton, about ordinary women and her book "No Ordinary Women".
LDS Business College President Larry Richards talks education with host Doug Wright.
Doug Wright has two interesting guests in studio: Taj Rowland, who was kidnapped from his village at 7 years old and sold to a Christian orphanage, talks about his life. Also in studio is author Cameron Wright, who wrote a book about Taj's life, called " The Orphan Keeper.