Missionary Service Opportunities

Missionary Service Opportunities

See the Church’s Web site Missionary Service Opportunities (servicemission.ldschurch.org) to see a listing of the current part-time mission service and volunteer opportunities that are available in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. There are many...
Mormon Tabernacle Choir Web Site

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Web Site

MormonTabernacleChoir.org is the site of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. It contains all the latest information on events, tickets, and recordings related to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Temple Square Chorale, the Orchestra at Temple Square, the Bells on Temple...
A Look Back at Newsroom.lds.org

A Look Back at Newsroom.lds.org

For nearly a decade, the Newsroom Web site has provided journalists, and the public at large, with news and information about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read about the progression of the Newsroom site from 2000 to today in an article on the...
New Look for LDSMediaTalk

New Look for LDSMediaTalk

    This week, we’re proud to launch an updated look for the branding of LDS365.com, thanks to the design efforts of Jared Fitch. The LDS Media Talk blog shares ideas with LDS parents and youth who are interested in learning how to use technology and new media...

Handouts About Church Web Sites

I have set up a page with handouts about LDS Church websites that you are welcomed to use with your ward or friends. Two useful handouts are: How to Use the Ward website LDS Church websites There is also a more complete list on this blog of  LDS Church...

Church Page on Facebook Grows

The official Church page on Facebook has 99,527 fans. Please share it with your friends and invite them to become fans so we can pass the 100,000...

Church Public Affairs Launches Newsroom Blog

Today the Church’s Public Affairs Department launched a blog to supplement the content on its Newsroom Web site. The blog will include commentary, additional context, localized stories, and background to help the news media and the public better understand news and...

The Future is Bright for Bloggers

A recent post on the Mequoda Daily blog compares today’s bloggers to yesterday’s “freelance writers.” The post claims that in the U.S., 1 out of 5 adults identify themselves as a blogger–that’s nearly 50 million people who are...
Provident Living Web Site

Provident Living Web Site

Provident Living is a website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that contains information regarding self-reliance, emergency preparedness, and humanitarian efforts. Resources range from calculators to help with family budgets and food storage to...

What Readers Say They Want to See on LDS Media Talk

In a previous post, we asked you what you find most interesting on LDS Media Talk, what you would like to see more or less of, and what else you would like to see. We appreciate the responses to the survey. Below are the results, showing the percent that responded...

What Do You Want to See on LDS Media Talk?

The last two months have seen a huge increase in readership of the LDS Media Talk blog: four times the average number of pages read and nearly 7 times the number of visitors to the site! A lot of this activity was due to the launch of the Mormon Messages channel on...

Getting Started on Facebook

Below is an easy-to-understand video on how to use Facebook. It’s a simple tutorial to help grandparents (or anyone else) create a profile on Facebook, and upload a profile...
Facebook Isn’t Just for Teens

Facebook Isn’t Just for Teens

Did you know that adults still make up the majority of social networking site users? A survey in December 2008 by the Pew Internet & American Life Project showed that the number of adult Internet users who have a profile on an online social network site has more...
Learn About Christmas Online

Learn About Christmas Online

At this joyous Christmas season, we invite you to learn more about the birth and life of our Savior Jesus Christ at christmas.lds.org. This index page on LDS.org is a handy compilation of scriptures, articles, hymns, and messages from general authorities that will be...

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