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Nine Ways to Use Technology to Share Your Beliefs

“With so many social media resources and a multitude of more or less useful gadgets at our disposal, sharing the good news of the gospel is easier and the effects more far-reaching than ever before,” President Dieter F. Uchtdorf said. Here are some ideas for how to use technology to share your beliefs. Rely on the Holy Ghost to help you know what messages you should share.

  1. Find ideas, examples, and cool content to share on the #ShareGoodness website.
  2. Share one of your favorite videos, a general conference talk, a song, or a scripture with a struggling friend or on social media.
  3. Find an inspiring quote on Daily Messages to text, tweet, or share.

    “My dear young friends, perhaps the Lord’s encouragement to ‘open [your] mouths’ might today include ‘use your hands’ to blog and text message the gospel to all the world!” —President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

  4. Participate in the ongoing Face to Face event series and share videos and quotes from events. You can invite your nonmember friends to watch the Face to Face videos with you. Previous Face to Face events featured David Archuleta and Lindsey Stirling
  5. As you do family history, use the FamilySearch Memories app to share photos and stories of your ancestors with your relatives on social media.
  6. Watch, read, or listen to general conference talks each week and share your favorite quotes.
  7. Like or follow the Church’s social media pages.
  8. Watch inspiring videos and read stories about other Church members on the “I’m a Mormon” web page. If you are 14 or older, you can create your own profile and share it on social media.
  9. Comment, share your testimony, or share an experience on any article or video on the LDS Youth website. Click Share your experience at the bottom of any page.

Read, watch, or listen to President Uchtdorf’s full address, “Waiting on the Road to Damascus.”

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