Special Magazine for New Members

Special Magazine for New Members

Did you know that there is a special issue of the Ensign and the Liahona magazine written especially for those who have recently joined the Church or are returning to activity in the Church? It has a special message from the First Presidency and loads of article...
Follow the Prophet Stories in the Friend & Liahona

Follow the Prophet Stories in the Friend & Liahona

The “Follow the Prophet” stories in the Liahona and Friend magazines feature stories about President Thomas S. Monson’s childhood. These stories teach gospel lessons through short biographical pieces from President Monson’s life, quotes from...

Old Church Magazines Online

In January, I wrote that the Church History Department had scanned all the General Conference Reports in English since 1880 and placed them online in the Internet Archive. They have now added to the Internet Archive the following LDS magazines: The Contributor (1879-...
Conference Notebook in Ensign and Liahona

Conference Notebook in Ensign and Liahona

The new Conference Notebook section in the Ensign and Liahona magazines will help you study and apply teachings from recent conference addresses. This new section will appear in 10 issues throughout the year (excluding the May and November issues, which have all the...
Prototype of Ensign Interactive Magazine

Prototype of Ensign Interactive Magazine

A prototype of an interactive Ensign magazine is now available as a free app for iPads and soon for Android tablets. This is an enhanced digital version of the conference issue of the November 2011 issue of the Ensign. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints...
Manage Your Magazines Online

Manage Your Magazines Online

Church magazine subscribers in the U.S. and Canada can now manage their subscriptions online at store.ChurchofJesusChrist.org. You will need to sign in with your LDS Account and have your magazine account number available. (It’s on the back cover of your...

Liahona in Audio in Spanish and Portuguese

Spanish and Portuguese speakers can now listen to content from the Liahona magazine online in their own language. Beginning with the June 2011 issue, audio of all of the material printed in the Spanish and Portuguese versions of the Liahona will be recorded and posted...
Why Read Church Magazines?

Why Read Church Magazines?

Why read the Ensign magazine? Watch this video about how the Ensign is prepared. This video was created soon after the redesign of the Liahona (and thus the other magazines) to let Ensign readers know of the changes, encourage them to read the Ensign, and solicit...

Getting the Most Out of Church Magazines

I just finished reading through the September issue of the Ensign magazine, article by article, asking myself the following questions: What messages are in these articles that I need to apply in my life? What messages are important to share with my family? What...

Writing for Church Magazines

This weekend’s issue of Mormon Times published an article on writing for the Church magazines. The article contains good advice and direction if you want to write for any of the Church’s magazines.
Gospel Resources for the Home

Gospel Resources for the Home

Have you seen the new catalog Gospel Resources for the Home? This 8-page mini catalog shows basic materials you can use at home to teach the gospel, such as scriptures, general conference products, magazines, music, gospel art, books, manuals, pamphlets, videos, and...
What is a PDF?

What is a PDF?

You’ve probably heard the acronym PDF, but what is it? PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is a file format created by Adobe Systems in 1993 for exchanging documents. Let’s say you create a word processing file using Microsoft Word and want to send...

Local Magazine News

Question from a Liahona subscriber: “It is wonderful to have the ‘News of the Church’ section in the Liahona. Is there a way to also get the information online?” Answer: The “News of the Church” is available online on many country Web sites. Often, the articles posted...

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