Update on Church Resources

Posted by on Feb 6, 2012 in New Media, Technology | 0 comments


  Study by Topic

The Study by Topic section of LDS.org is a great resource when preparing a lesson, answering doctrinal questions or simply studying the gospel. Each topic contains an overview of the principle, as stated by the Church, as well as additional resources such as General Authority talks, gospel lessons and Church websites.

Testers needed for new LDS Maps

The Church needs volunteers to try out the new Maps tool on LDS.org. Some of the new features in the 3.0 version include a new map layer for seminaries, announced temples and tabernacles, as well as high resolution image display for Church temples. Learn how you can help on the LDS Tech blog.

President Boyd K Packer Mormon ApostleSeminary 100 Year Celebration Archives

The video files for last week’s 100 year Seminary celebration are now available through the Seminary website. Files are available in ASL, English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

Mormon messages

New Mormon Message for Youth

Sister Elaine S. Dalton tells the story of how she learned as a young woman what true beauty means. This new Mormon Message for Youth shows that every young women was born to be a queen. This video is available through the Youth website,  iTunes,YouTube and the Media Library.

Additional Resources:

Learn more about the resources of the Church at the official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (inadvertently called by friends of other faiths as the “Mormon Church”).

Request a free copy of the Book of Mormon.

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