New Gospel Living App Now Available Worldwide

New Gospel Living App Now Available Worldwide

The Church’s new Gospel Living app for youth, is now available worldwide in 15 languages. The app provides content that inspires youth to set goals and has links and tools to help them in their gospel learning and daily living. Editor’s note (16 Feb 2020):...
Church Changes Twitter Handle to @Ch_JesusChrist

Church Changes Twitter Handle to @Ch_JesusChrist

The username of the official Twitter account of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is now @Ch_JesusChrist. This change better emphasizes the name of Jesus Christ, the focus of our worship. The adjustment also helps Twitter users mention the Church more...
How To Keep Kids Safe Online

How To Keep Kids Safe Online

Did you know: 70% of kids encounter sexual or violent content online while doing homework research 17% of tweens (age 8-12) received an online message with photos or words that made them feel uncomfortable, only 7% of parents were aware of this 65% of 8-14 year-olds...
New Year’s Resolution: Reset Your Passwords

New Year’s Resolution: Reset Your Passwords

In today’s world of online banking, online shopping, online social media, and online banking, chances are you have lots of online accounts. And chances are that you use the same username and password a lot. That’s a really bad practice. SplashData’s...
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...
6 Places to Hasten the Work Online

6 Places to Hasten the Work Online

Elder David A. Bednar has given us this challenge: “Brothers and sisters, what has been accomplished thus far in this dispensation communicating gospel messages through social media channels is a good beginning—but only a small trickle.  I now extend to you the...
Church of England Social Media Guidelines

Church of England Social Media Guidelines

The Church of England is encouraging individuals and churches to sign a voluntary pledge to help make social media and the web more widely positive places for conversations. Whether you use Facebook or you are commenting on a news article, we all have different views,...
Cybersecurity 101

Cybersecurity 101

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. Identity theft can happen to anyone at any age, and it is important to protect yourself and your family from falling victim to this crime. June is National Internet Safety Awareness Month. All month, we will...
Keeping Children Safe from Online Predators

Keeping Children Safe from Online Predators

When children go online, they have direct and immediate access to friends, family, and complete strangers, which can put unsuspecting children at great risk. Children who meet and communicate with strangers online are easy prey for internet predators. June is National...
Online Gaming

Online Gaming

For children, the online gaming world is a virtual playground. Gaming consoles are specialized computers that let you log on, put on a headset, turn on a webcam, and talk to and play with any of the millions of gamers around the world. Many online games have...
Staying Safe from Pornography Online

Staying Safe from Pornography Online

Pornography is freely available online and it is one of the biggest threats to our children’s online safety. Children with unrestricted internet access are just a click away from viewing sexually-explicit material online—either intentionally or accidentally. Depraved...
Staying Safe on Mobile Phones

Staying Safe on Mobile Phones

The vast power of internet resources are now accessible through devices that fit in our pocket. These mobile devices let us instantly communicate with unlimited people. Children can access web content, photos, and videos on their phones or other mobile devices from...
Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is willful and repeated harm (such as harassing, humiliating, or threatening text or images) inflicted through the internet, interactive technologies, or mobile phones. 43% of teens aged 13 to 17 report that they have experienced some sort of...
Staying Safe on Social Media

Staying Safe on Social Media

Children and teenagers use social media as a way to share information and connect with other people. Sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter have become a predominant forum to present themselves, seek approval, and describe their interests. They use these sites to...

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