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Changes to LDS Visiting Teaching Messages

Visiting teaching is about more than just visiting a sister and giving her a prepared lesson. In fact, the Relief Society General Presidency believes that so much that they have changed the monthly messages published in the Ensign and Liahona magazines. Beginning in...

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Changes Coming in LDS Missionary Work

Today, the Church announced several changes to be made in missionary work, including a new set of interview questions to be asked of prospective missionaries, a trimming of the number of missions to better fit the needs of each region of the world, replacing tablets...

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2018 Resources for LDS Priesthood & Relief Society

In August, the Church announced changes for Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society meetings beginning in January, 2018. The Church has now released the new Come, Follow Me—For Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society resources for use in 2018. They appear as an...

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LDS General Conference Ensign & Liahona Now Online

The text and PDF of the general conference issues of the Ensign and Liahona magazines are now online and will soon appear in the Gospel Library app. The magazine is currently being printed and will soon be mailed to subscribers. “For the next six months, your...

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Worldwide FamilySearch Indexing Event Oct. 20-22

FamilySearch invites you to participate in the annual Worldwide Indexing Event, October 20–22, 2017. Indexing is the process of viewing historical documents that FamilySearch has scanned and entering text information into a searchable database. People around the world...

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Social Media Discussed at LDS General Conference

Several speakers at the October 2017 LDS general conference mentioned the use of social media. They spoke about the incomparable potential for both good and bad. Used effectively, social media can be a great way to communicate and share goodness. But overused or used...

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“My 180” Video Series

My180.org is a video series of true stories of people turning their lives around—180°—told in 180 seconds. The site has 5 videos so far. One of the stories is about a fascinating Latter-day Saint in San Francisco. The 3-part series is about the San Francisco...

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