Interactive Map of LDS Temples Worldwide

Interactive Map of LDS Temples Worldwide

Below is an interactive map of all the temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints worldwide. Click on the map to zoom in and out. Click the icon in the top left to see a list of the temples. Click on the name of a temple to zoom in to that temple on...
Video: How to Answer Questions about Church History

Video: How to Answer Questions about Church History

In the video “How to Answer Questions about Church History,” Amy Iverson sits down with Steve Harper from the Church Historical department to talk about how he became interested in church history and the principles and habits he uses to seek out...
Give Back Films

Give Back Films

I often write about Utahns and their YouTube channels. I first wrote about Give Back Films when it launched in 2013. Each video they produce is based on doing good deeds while capturing the reactions of the recipients in hopes that the resulting videos will inspire...
Where to Find Older General Conference Talks

Where to Find Older General Conference Talks

Looking for older LDS General Conference talks? Here are 4 sources: 1. Conference.lds.org has conference talks back to 1971 in text, and more recent talks in video, audio, PDF, and EPUB in many languages. Also in the Gospel Library app. 2. BYU has an LDS General...
Guide to LDS Church History and Restoration Sites

Guide to LDS Church History and Restoration Sites

LDS Living has created a Coast-to-Coast Guide of U.S. Church History and Restoration Sites to help families learn more about significant Church history sites that they may want to visit. The guide lets you follow the trail west as you pick a state from the list and...
Where Did My Home and Visiting Teachers Go?

Where Did My Home and Visiting Teachers Go?

“The flexibility of ministering should allow the Spirit to guide our efforts, not lead us to relax.” That’s the message from Sister Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society General President in a message to be included in the December 2018 issue of the...
20 Ways to Do Family History in 5 Minutes a Day

20 Ways to Do Family History in 5 Minutes a Day

From the article “20 Ways to Do Family History in 5 Minutes a Day” on FamilySearch.org. If you love spending time on your family history but find yourself overwhelmed, know that you can make significant progress with just five minutes a day. 2018 RootsTech...
Elder Ballard: Gays Have a Place in the Lord’s Church

Elder Ballard: Gays Have a Place in the Lord’s Church

Elder M. Russell Ballard spoke to BYU students at a campus devotional on November 14, 2017, and answered questions that covered a variety of topics. The following are some of his comments answering the question of what message he had for the LGBT young single adults....
Updated Version of Preach My Gospel

Updated Version of Preach My Gospel

From “Updated Version of Preach My Gospel Now Available” An updated digital version of Preach My Gospel reflects recent direction from Church leaders and changes to the missionary program in the 14 years since its release. Preach My Gospel has changed...
Learn about Mormon Pioneers

Learn about Mormon Pioneers

FamilySearch provides lots of ways to learn more about the Mormon pioneers. Below are several resources that provide great ways for your family to learn more about the Mormon pioneers. Pioneer History and Discovering Your Pioneer Heritage As a new country, the United...
New LDS Curriculum in 2019 Focuses on Home Study

New LDS Curriculum in 2019 Focuses on Home Study

The Church has announced a significant help for your personal and family gospel study. Beginning in 2019, a new series of resources includes the manual Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families to help members study the scriptures at home. There will also be new...
LDS Media Talk Merges with LDS365

LDS Media Talk Merges with LDS365

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...

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