Ministering Principles in LDS Ensign, Liahona Magazines

Ministering Principles in LDS Ensign, Liahona Magazines

Beginning in June, the Ensign and Liahona began publishing a ministering principle each month to strengthen women, men, young women, and young men in their ministering efforts. The June issue, for example, teaches “Five Things Good Listeners Do,” and the July issue...
Video: A Vision of Ministering

Video: A Vision of Ministering

Yesterday, the Church published training videos about the new ministering effort that was announced by President Russell M. Nelson in the April 2018 general conference to increase our focus on Christlike caring for others. The videos are published at...
New Way to Refer Your Friends to the LDS Missionaries

New Way to Refer Your Friends to the LDS Missionaries

Invite a Friend to Meet with Missionaries The Church has implemented a new way to help members and missionaries work together more effectively to help people come unto Christ. A new feature on LDS Tools and LDS.org lets you send referrals directly to missionaries and...
LDS Tools Mobile App Now Provides Temple Information

LDS Tools Mobile App Now Provides Temple Information

The LDS Tools mobile app now includes helpful temple information. The latest version 3.2.0 lets you see what temple you’re assigned to, find temples near you, contact a temple, see ordinance schedules, scheduled closures, and the services offered (such as...
Photos in LDS Ward Directory

Photos in LDS Ward Directory

Did you know that you can upload individual and family photos to your ward directory using LDS.org or the LDS Tools mobile app? You can then choose who can see the photos: just your ward, your stake, or only your leaders. A new image service was released last month...
New Ministering Resources for LDS Leaders

New Ministering Resources for LDS Leaders

Editors note (June 4, 2018): Ministering Resources has been renamed Counseling Resources. Four new topics have been added to Ministering Resources (CounselingResources.lds.org) to support stake and ward leaders as they minister to the following groups of members:...
LDS Apps Work Together to Make Your Life Easier

LDS Apps Work Together to Make Your Life Easier

Have you noticed how many LDS apps are built to work together to make using them very intuitive and natural? For example: In LDS Tools, when you find a person in the ward or stake directory, the address links to “Maps.” You can zoom in to see street names and map a...
Updated Features for LDS Tools Mobile App

Updated Features for LDS Tools Mobile App

An updated version of the LDS Tools mobile app is available for iOS and Android mobile devices. Here is a summary of the new or enhanced functions with this release: For Members See your own membership and ordinance data under the Membership Information section in the...
10 Apps That Make It Easier to Live the Gospel

10 Apps That Make It Easier to Live the Gospel

There are many mobile apps provided by the Church to make living the gospel easier. You should be familiar with apps like LDS Tools, LDS Music, and the Gospel Library. But there are also apps created by individual members that you may find helpful. LDS Living has...
10 Apps That Make Any LDS Calling Easier

10 Apps That Make Any LDS Calling Easier

Check out these 10 popular apps that could be used to make your church responsibilities easier. The following article originally appeared on LDS Living as “10 Apps That Make Any Church Calling Easier:” Given the overwhelming number of apps being developed...
How (and Why) to Attend Church While on Vacation

How (and Why) to Attend Church While on Vacation

Attending church while on vacation can be an easy, positive, and spiritually-edifying experience. In October 2013, Elder Kevin S. Hamilton of the Seventy spoke during LDS general conference about the blessings that come from weekly church attendance — even while on...
Updated Features for LDS Tools Mobile App

Updates to LDS Tools Mobile App

The LDS Tools mobile app continues to improve. The information below was published on the LDSTech website on March 27, 2015. Note that the next release due in a few months will include home and visiting teaching data and reports. The LDS Tools mobile team has just...

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