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5 Tips for Using the Gospel Library App

5 Tips for Using the Gospel Library App

Al Fox Carraway recently met with the designer of the Gospel Library mobile app and created a video “5 Tips for Using the Gospel Library App.” It’s packed full of helpful tips on how to improve your study experience with the app.   Below is a...
New Resources for Understanding LDS Church History

New Resources for Understanding LDS Church History

The Church has produced many new resources to help us better understand early Latter-day Saints as they lived the Restoration. The gospel was restored nearly 200 years ago—in a time when life was different in many ways. Yet the challenges of early Church members were...
Teaching the Gospel in a Digital World

Teaching the Gospel in a Digital World

LDS leaders have prophesied for decades about inspired advancements in technology and how these miracles will hasten the Lord’s work in preparation for the second coming. Using smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices is one way to enhance discussion and...
Gospel Topic: Suicide

Gospel Topic: Suicide

The LDS Church has just updated the entry on “Suicide” in the Gospel Topics on LDS.org. The timing coincides with the national suicide prevention awareness month in September. The Gospel Topic states, “Most people who have thought about suicide do...
Live Broadcast: Teaching in the Savior’s Way

Live Broadcast: Teaching in the Savior’s Way

The Church has announced a live broadcast on Saturday, November 5, 2016, to provide training on Teaching in the Savior’s Way. The training will focus on teacher council meetings and new teacher orientation. Interactive instruction will be provided by General...
LDS Children’s Bible Videos

LDS Children’s Bible Videos

The Life of Jesus Christ: Children’s Narratives is a set of 10 new Bible videos that parents and teachers can use as a fun yet spiritual way to include children in gospel conversations. Each video contains clips from the Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos...
LDS Curriculum for 2017

LDS Curriculum for 2017

The Church has announced the manuals that will be used in Sunday classes during 2017. The Instructions for Curriculum 2017 outlines these courses of study for 2017: Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Gordon B. Hinckley....
15 LDS Apps That Help Kids Love Gospel Learning

15 LDS Apps That Help Kids Love Gospel Learning

LDS Living has published a list of “15 LDS Apps That Help Kids Love Gospel Learning.” The list includes some great LDS-themed mobile apps that are perfect to keep you or your children engaged in learning the gospel. The list includes LDS Word Search...
BYU–Idaho’s Pathway Program Blesses Students Worldwide

BYU–Idaho’s Pathway Program Blesses Students Worldwide

BYU–Idaho’s Pathway program has turned into a worldwide program serving more than 40,000 students in nearly 40 countries. With 387 sites around the world, students of all ages and backgrounds are getting started on a “path” that leads to education. What started out as...
2016 Lesson Materials and Resources on LDS.org

2016 Lesson Materials and Resources on LDS.org

Here’s a summary of Church resources you can take advantage of as you learn and teach during 2016. Manuals.lds.org Manuals.lds.org is a quick way to get to the lesson manuals online. You can also navigate to them on LDS.org using the menu Scriptures and Study,...
“Come, Follow Me” LDS Youth Curriculum for 2016

“Come, Follow Me” LDS Youth Curriculum for 2016

The article “LDS Curriculum for 2016” outlines the manuals to be used for Sunday classes in 2016. This article clarifies the Aaronic Priesthood, Young Women, and youth Sunday School curriculum Come, Follow Me: Learning Resources for Youth. The lessons will...
Use Technology to Teach LDS Youth

Use Technology to Teach LDS Youth

LDS teachers can be instrumental in helping youth learn how to use technology wisely. That was one of the messages from Ron Schwendiman who spoke at the recent BYU Education Week. “Any tool we have in our lives has the ability to do good or evil,” Brother Schwendiman...

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