7 Journal Ideas to Help You Record Your Story

7 Journal Ideas to Help You Record Your Story

The FamilySearch blog has written 7 great ideas to help you record your story. We live in momentous times! As we experience what life brings, keeping a record of our activities and current events will help us, as well as our descendants, understand our experiences....
Scripture Notes: Advanced LDS Scripture Journaling

Scripture Notes: Advanced LDS Scripture Journaling

After 20 years of working on a scripture study tool, Oak Norton has released a way to study the scriptures the way your brain works, and he’s looking for people to try it out and review it. Scripture Notes is a most powerful scripture journaling note software....
Wilford Woodruff’s Journals & Records Now Online

Wilford Woodruff’s Journals & Records Now Online

Over 7,000 pages of the journals and writings of President Wilford Woodruff, the fourth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are now available online through the Church History Library. Wilford Woodruff is widely recognized for his journal...
Resolution #4: Keep a Journal

Resolution #4: Keep a Journal

This is one of a series of articles with suggested resolutions for the new year. See the other suggested resolutions. The article “Thinking outside the Book” in the November New Era magazine (pages 40-42) discussed several creative ways to keep a record of...
Personal Progress Integrated with Notes and Journal

Personal Progress Integrated with Notes and Journal

Entries that young women record in the Personal Progress website (PersonalProgress.lds.org) are now integrated with Notes and Journal (formerly called “My Study Notebook”) on LDS.org. Young women use Personal Progress to complete and track value experiences as part of...
Online Journaling

Online Journaling

I’ve been feeling lately that I really need to get back into the habit of journaling. Since I’ve been called as a bishop, it seems there is never enough time to do all I need to do, let alone keep a diary of it. However, I really feel I need to record some...
How to Prepare for General Conference Coming Next Weekend

How to Prepare for General Conference Coming Next Weekend

Every April and October, we have the privilege of hearing messages of inspiration and guidance at general conference. It is intended to be a revelatory experience as we learn from living prophets and apostles through the influence of the Holy Ghost. If you prepare,...
Archive of Church Magazines and Newspapers

Archive of Church Magazines and Newspapers

The Church History Catalog has an extensive archive of Church magazines, newspapers, and other periodicals. The following is a list of what is available online in digital format. If what you want isn’t listed below, select “Church Periodicals” from the drop-down...
How Do I Start My Family History?

How Do I Start My Family History?

Don’t know where to start in gathering your family history information? The following ideas may help. 1. Write down what you know. Start with yourself. Use the chart below to enter the family history information you already know. If you do not know exact dates...
The Tabernacle Choir to Stream 9/11 Special

The Tabernacle Choir to Stream 9/11 Special

The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will stream a special 20th anniversary broadcast commemorating 9/11. The broadcast will feature award-winning journalist Jane Clayson Johnson, who will narrate the 30-minute special. The special, “9/11, Coming...
Meet the New Primary General Presidency

Meet the New Primary General Presidency

The Primary presidency oversees the Church’s organization that teaches children ages 18 months to 11 years the gospel of Jesus Christ and helps them live its principles. These leaders serve under the direction of the First Presidency and travel frequently to help...
What to Do After a Week of #GiveThanks Social Media Posts

What to Do After a Week of #GiveThanks Social Media Posts

I hope you have enjoyed this week of #givethanks social media posts in response to President Russell M. Nelson’s invitation on November 20, 2020. My feeds have been way more uplifting and enjoyable. To help you keep up the good work, this article provides some...

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