Favorite LDS / Mormon Links

Here are some of my favorite LDS-related links:

  • LDS.org
    • Official website for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lots and lots of info here –  esp for members of the church
  • Mormon.org
    • Website for those not familiar with the church.
  • LDS FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
    • Good place to get answers to misc questions about the church
  • BYU Speeches
    • Great place to get speeches by mainly BYU or LDS-affiliated speakers
  • Encyclopedia of Mormonism
    • A joint product of Brigham Young University and Macmillan Publishing Company
  • FAIRLDS.org
    • The Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research (FAIR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing well-documented answers to criticisms of LDS (Mormon) doctrine, belief and practice. Excellent resource for helping understand and explain complex questions
  • General Authority Menu
    • Grandpa Bill’s G.A. (General Authority) pages
  • LDS Church Temples
    • An excellent collection of information about all the temples throughout the world
  • Google Map of all LDS Temples
    • A Google Maps mashup with all the temples plotted on world map. Pretty impressive to see in this fashion
  • LDS Media Talk
    • A blog by Computing employees of the church looking at the technology side of things
  • Meridian Magazine
    • An independent site that collects and distributes information that members of the church might find interesting.
  • Mormon Messages on Youtube
    • Youtube channel by the Church’s Public Relations department
  • MormonWiki
    • The free encyclopedia about Mormons from the perspective of faithful members
  • Religious Studies Center at BYU
    • The Religious Studies Center is the research arm of Religious Education at Brigham Young University.
  • Scriptural Index to the Latter-day Prophets
    • This index links from scriptures to the general conference talks and Journal of Discourses speeches that cite those scriptures.
  • BYU Studies
    • BYU Studies is an academic LDS journal that has been producing high-quality, peer-reviewed, scholarly LDS research since 1959.
  • Book of Mormon Charts
    • BYU Studies has digitized and updated the charts from Charting the Book of Mormon by John Welch. Excellent source of graphical aids to the BofM.
  • Cumorah.com
    • Nice resource that has some great content about growth of the church worldwide, maps, statistics, free e-books, etc.

4 responses

  1. The scriptural index to the latter-day prophets website is an amazing resource. So much can be done with it. Thank you for posting it!

  2. Good morning!

    I was just on your great http://zenoch.org website and noticed you put together a nice list of LDS websites on this page https://zenoch.org/mormon-stuff/favorite-lds-links/. This is such a great resource for your site visitors, and I really think MemberAgents.com would be a wonderful addition to this page.

    MemberAgents.com is a free LDS Realtors and lenders search. Our goal is to help connect members of the LDS church with great LDS Realtors and lenders across the country.

    We would really appreciate you including our site on this page, and if you will include it, I can email you a short description of our site to use. Thanks so much for your time today!

    Sincerely,

    Julie Anderson
    Member Agents, LLC
    Marketing Manager
    E: julie@memberagents.com
    W: http://www.memberagents.com

  3. Hello there, You’ve done an excellent job. I’ll definitely digg it and
    personally suggest to my friends. I’m confident they will be benefited from this web site.

  4. Hi there,

    I don’t know if these are what you are looking for on your links page, but I am a member in Brisbane and have built 2 free sites for members to use and would love to get the word out so they are useful to as many people as possible.

    http://www.ScriptureCharts.com – Free online scripture reading tracking charts
    http://www.LDSConventions.com – A free online registration system to use for conventions, conferences, stake balls, or anything else where you need to collect a list of people that are attending an event.

    No worries at all if you don’t want to post them.

    Thanks
    Cassie

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