Sunday, April 26, 2015

ASL Translation of the Book of Mormon Now Available on the Gospel Library App

The LDS Church has made the Gospel Library a lot more awesome by putting up the ASL translation of the Book of Mormon in the App. Here's how you access the ASL translation:
1. Open the Gospel Library app on your mobile devise
(or download it if you don’t already have it)
2. Go to “settings”
3. Under “content,” select “American Sign Language”
4. Click on “scriptures”
5. Download “Book of Mormon”
6. Enjoy!
Additionally, the LDS Church has also made available ASL translations of other Church resources such as the Ezra Taft Benson manual on the App. For example if you wanted to see the Ezra Taft Benson manual in ASL, then after completing steps 1-3 above, click on “Teachings of the Presidents” and download “Ezra Taft Benson.”
You can switch back and forth between your ASL materials and your English materials any time you want by going to "settings" and switching the language.
You can also view the General Conference videos in ASL on your smart phone, tablet or other device.
NOTE: Several users have been reporting difficulties in accessing ASL translated materials on Android. The LDS Church has already recieved feedback on this problem and are currently reviewing the issue to fix it.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Some Memes On The Dissenting Votes During General Conference

After the a group of LDS members vocally made their dissent known during the afternoon session of The 185th Annual General Conference, things got heated on the Internet with members creating memes about the event. Almost all of the memes created were in support of Church leadership or expressed disapproval at the dissenters.

One meme was particularly powerful that generated a counter response from those who supported the dissenters. View both memes below: 
What do you think of these memes?