Hey all, a few of you might remember me. It’s Tevya, the previous owner and creator of Mormon Life Hacker. I’ve been working on a small WordPress project and John was kind enough to let me tell you all about it here. It’s a free plugin to link all scripture references on your WordPress blog to the ChurchofJesusChrist.org scripture library, automatically. A Problem Solved by a WordPress Plugin In the early days of my first WordPress blog, SacredSymbolic (before MLH was created) I was looking for a way to easily link scripture references to the online edition of the...Read More
Can you change thinking patterns like “I do things this way, because that’s just the way its done,” to “Is there a better way? Is there a simpler way that will give me more time to focus on the things that matter most?” If you can, your life will never be the same.Read More
This is post 3 of 3 in the series “Extraction Method Scripture Study” Follow us: @mormonlifehacker on Twitter | Facebook | YouTube How I Study This is my personal system. I believe you’ll find that you can customize it some to fit your needs and preferences (like handwriting on paper instead of typing), and still gain the same value that I do. Since this is all about how I apply the method outlined in part 1, I highly recommend that if you haven’t read part 1 recently, that you at least skim it again. Also, there’s a video of me demonstrating this...Read More
Previously we shared a way to quickly review the audio of General Conference talks. The Nov., “conference edition” Ensign will be arriving soon. Fortunately for all of us an MLH reader, Heather was kind enough to share her method for recording thoughts and inspiration as she studies the Ensign’s printed version of General Conference talks. Heather takes the General Conference edition Ensigns (May and Nov.) and then places sticky notes over the pictures. That way she can highlight the text itself, but also have room to write down her own personal thoughts and inspiration, right next to the text it applies...Read More
Watch #LDSConf on the KSL-TV app—BREAKING NEWS! UPDATE (1 Oct. ’16 – #ldsconf morning): the Mormon Channel’s Twitter and Instagram accounts are announcing AppleTV, Android TV, and Fire TV apps/channels. . . . Roku has long had the Mormon Channel, Roku channel, as well as the BYUtv channel, making it easy to watch General Conference live, or review sessions afterward. However, it’s not been so easily accessible on other “set top” or “over the top” devices, such as AppleTV, Xbox, and PlayStation. This guide will help you overcome some of those limitations through apps or work arounds you might...Read More
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