About LDS guide, Rachel Woods, presents a great list of different scripture study techniques. Her list runs the gauntlet. She covers: color coding footnote referencing marginal notes spiritual journals post it notes Under each technique she gives a brief description on how to implement it. Check it out...Read More
Author: Brett McKay
Cease to be aidle; cease to be bunclean; cease to cfind fault one with another; cease to dsleep longer than is needful; retire to thy bed early, that ye may not be weary; ariseearly, that your bodies and your minds may be invigorated. D&C 88: 124 This year, one of my goals is to become an early riser. The scriptures counsel us to do it and all the successful people I’ve known or read about seem to be early risers. However, I haven’t been able to consistently wake up early since my mission. For those of you like me...Read More
Want to know what’s going on with the Church or members of the Church in the news? Head on over to Google Alerts. With Google Alerts you can enter in search terms that Google will use to scour news and blogs all over the world for articles relating to the Church. Just type in “LDS”, “Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints”, or “Mormon.” Google will give you news updates anytime something is posted with that keyword. Pretty nifty. Requires a Google email...Read More
Chapter and Verse has created a collectible card game like Magic the Gathering or Yu-Gi-OH based off the scripture mastery. Right now it’s in beta. They’re hoping to get feedback from users so they can refine it. It looks pretty cool. Each card is a verse of scripture instead of some imaginary monster. Each verse has different action, light of knowledge, looking to the heavens for guidance, ect. points. So, one scripture verse could beat another verse of scripture depending on the point values. The cards are played in color groups to form “books.” The first player to get...Read More
Mormon.org has lots of great information about the Church for people don’t know much about it. Why not help in the missionary work by linking to it from everyone one of your e-mails. Most e-mail services and programs allow you to set up a signature (a phrase that is included in everyone of your emails). You can set it up so it has a link to Mormon.org. I would suggest only doing this with your personal e-mails. I’m sure most businesses have policies against proselyting or discussing religion at work. So use this with...Read More
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