Books and Written Works


C.S. Bezas

POWERFUL TIPS FOR POWERFUL TEACHERS: Helping Youth Find Their Spiritual Wings

"Why won't teens listen?"

"Am I getting through at all?"

You may have had these thoughts while working with today's youth. If so you are not alone. Whether you are a parent or a youth leader, teaching teens can be exhilarating, yet demanding. Powerful Tips for Powerful Teachers is a crucial guide to these important years. It is compelling, yet simple as it creates powerful moments with teens of today - whether at home or at church! This book has been called an essential tool for parents, teachers, and church leaders when working with today's young men and women. Perfect for use in the home, for Family Home Evenings (FHE), and in the classroom. Two copies are helpful - one for you and one for the teacher who works with your teen.


Touching, inspiring, and often hilarious, the personal experiences in Famous Family Nights highlight family home evening as a priceless tool for building strong, faith-centered families, despite the many obstacles of modern life. Contributors sharing their stories are entertainers, writers, radio and TV personalities, as well as leaders in sports, business, and the community.

MOTHER'S WISDOM: 50 Lessons from Sons and Daughters

C.S. Bezas'  and collaborators created these heartwarming moments spent with mothers young and old alike. Mother's Wisdom: 50 Lessons from Sons and Daughters is a poignant gift book that illustrates the significance of mothers. Perfect for Mother's Day, birthdays and Christmas giving.

HEARTS AND HANDS: Stories of Hope for Mothers

Fictional stories and non-fiction essays round out this humorous take on life as a mother. In spite of its lighthearted approach to womanhood, these professional authors write about women who made a difference as they fulfilled the essential role of "mother." Hearts and Hands: Stories of Hope for Mothers makes a perfect pick-me-up gift.

EIGHTEEN MONTHS: Sister Missionaries in the Latter Days

Eighteen Months: Sister Missionaries in the Latter Days contains a diverse series of essays written by English professors, journalists, and women of all professions. They detail what it was like being a Mormon missionary in countries and continents as far flung as South America and Europe. C.S. Bezas' essay, "But I Don't Want to Go" explores the initial feelings of a young woman struggling with the tug between selfishness and selflessness. An insightful book to understand what drives Mormon missionaries to do what they do.