Updates to Gospel Topics and Translations Published

Updates to Gospel Topics and Translations Published

Many of the Gospel Topics have been updated and 90 entries have been published in Spanish and Portuguese. Later this year, topics will be available in seven more languages. Gospel Topics is an alphabetized list of hundreds of gospel principles, Church history events,...
How to Show Videos without an Internet Connection

How to Show Videos without an Internet Connection

The Church’s Gospel Media library (videos.ChurchofJesusChrist.org) has many videos you can play to help you teach gospel principles and enhance gospel lessons. However, streaming the video over the meetinghouse’s internet connection is not always a possibility....
Captions in Video Downloads

Captions in Video Downloads

There are thousands of videos in the Church’s Gospel Media library (videos.ChurchofJesusChrist.org) available to stream and download. Most of these videos have captioning available while streaming, so you can see the text being spoken as you watch. You can also...
Changes to 2020 Curriculum for Aaronic Priesthood Quorums and Young Women Classes

Changes to Young Men and Young Women Lesson Outlines

In the past, Aaronic Priesthood quorums and Young Women classes could choose any lesson from the Come, Follow Me—For Aaronic Priesthood or Come, Follow Me—For Young Women. Starting in 2020, the curriculum for youth will be aligned with the gospel topics found in the...
Gospel Library App: A Powerful Tool for Righteous Living

Gospel Library App: A Powerful Tool for Righteous Living

Have you taken some time to look at the Gospel Library app recently? What you’ll find might surprise you. It began as a way to keep the scriptures in your pocket and it has blossomed into a massive collection of tools and resources to strengthen every testimony and...
Church Publishes Book of Mormon Come, Follow Me for 2020

Church Publishes Book of Mormon Come, Follow Me for 2020

The new Come, Follow Me manuals for personal and classroom study in 2020 are now available digitally. The focus of study for 2020 will be the Book of Mormon. You can access these manuals in the Gospel Library app and also online as follows: Come, Follow Me—For...
Large-Print Come, Follow Me Manual Now Available

Large-Print Come, Follow Me Manual Now Available

The Church has now made available the New Testament 2019 Come Follow Me—For Individuals and Families in a large-print format. To order a copy, go to the manual at store.ChurchofJesusChrist.org and select “English, Large Print” in the Language drop-down...
Saints, Vol. 1 Now Available in Print in 14 Languages

Saints, Vol. 1 Now Available in Print in 14 Languages

Volume 1 of the book Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days is now available in print in 14 languages. The First Presidency has encouraged “all to read the book [Saints] and make use of the supplementary material available online.” Books...
Get a Sneak Peek at the New Church Curriculum for 2019

Get a Sneak Peek at the New Church Curriculum for 2019

The new 2019 learning and teaching resources from the Church are not just updated manuals—they are part of a new home-centered approach to learning and living the gospel. Before January, each LDS household will receive a copy of Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and...
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...
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...

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