For 12 years, you’ve enjoyed articles from LDSMediaTalk.com about new LDS resources from the Church as well as tips for families on how to use social media and technology responsibly. But now that’s all changing—for the better!
LDSMediaTalk has merged with LDS365.com. LDS365 is the go-to place for all things LDS.
- Resources from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Learn about new or updated Church websites, videos, digital publications, training, audio recordings, music, mobile apps, and other materials for individuals and families.
- News about the Church and about Mormons around the world.
- How to use social media and technology to build families, strengthen faith in Jesus Christ, and share goodness with others.
- LDS resources for living with life’s challenges. Visit our Living LDS 365 days a year forums on how to live with life’s challenges, such as abuse, addiction, pornography, same-sex attraction, divorce, death, disabilities, mental health, and suicide.
- Resource pages with hand-curated lists of the best resources, such as LDS websites, LDS scripture translations, LDS mobile apps, LDS hashtags, and lists of Church social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Tumblr.
There’s a lot of great stuff out there and we’ll help you find it!
How to Get LDS365
- Email. Subscribe to our daily email to get articles delivered right to your inbox. See the subscription box at the top of the page. If you had previous signed up on LDSMediaTalk.com, your subscription will continue on LDS365.com.
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- Twitter. Subscribe to the @ldsmediatalk Twitter account.
- Google Plus. Follow the LDS365 Google+ page.
- YouTube. Subscribe to the LDS365 YouTube channel.
- Tumblr. Follow at LDS365.tumblr.com.
- RSS Feed. Subscribe to the feed at LDS365.com/feed.
- On July 5, 2006, Larry Richman launched ldsWebguy.com, with tips on creating LDS websites and blogs, using social networks, keeping your family safe on the Internet, and using other kinds of media in productive ways. (Note that Larry Richman has no affiliation with the current web page found at ldsWebguy.com.)
- On June 10, 2008, additional authors joined the team and the website was rebranded LDSMediaTalk.com. The focus was to help members and leaders become more aware of the availability and purpose of Church resources. The site had a total reach of 75,000 from 168 countries.
- On July 5, 2018 (the 12th anniversary), LDSMediaTalk.com was merged with other LDS content creators and aggregators to form the new site LDS365.com.
LDS365.com is not an official publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The views expressed herein are the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Church.