We ended up being able to update the app for iPhone and iPad with the 2017 Curriculum. This update came out in May 2017, so this is a little after the fact I know. Includes April 2017 General Conference even!
We wish we could say we had an update with all the 2017 curriculum updated… but we don’t. 🙁 Our old way for importing content from the Church was interrupted by some site changes on LDS.org and it has made importing content tedious and difficult. The good news, however, is that the new app (LDS Scriptures Pro) is making great progress and should be ready and live next month. The new app ties into the Church’s content system so we will receive content
I’ve always been curious about others’ personal scripture study and how it makes them tick. Lately I have been interviewing well known LDS people (like Lindsey Stirling and Al Fox Carray) about their Scripture study perspectives and I’ve been inspired by each of them to improve my own scripture study. One of my favorite LDS musicians is JamesTheMormon. To be honest, I have never been a fan of rap, but I can listen to JamesTheMormon all day with his clean, inspiring,
I know you have heard the “Coming Soon” once before, but we assure you it really is. Launching in early 2017, LDS Scriptures Pro is going to be well worth the wait, we promise. One of the most common questions we are being asked is “how much will it cost?” While we can’t release any specifics on pricing, we can tell you that the app will be affordable and provide access on all available platforms. The new pricing structure will also ensure we
If you’re like me you’ve been curious how other members of the Church study the scriptures in their own personal life. I have been interviewing well-known LDS people about their perspective on Scripture study in hopes to help each of us be inspired and improve our own Scripture study. Lindsey Stirling is a world-renowned violinist, dancer, and performer. She is also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lindsey is amazing to watch perform as she often performs by combining dancing and playing
Ever wondered how other people study the scriptures? Me too! I’m interviewing well-known LDS people about their perspective on Scripture study in hopes to help each of us be inspired and improve our own Scripture study. If you have someone you would like me to interview, add a comment! Al Fox Carraway is my hero. Her love for The Book of Mormon is contagious and inspiring. If you haven’t read her story, pick up her new book “More than the
Soon you will explore the scriptures like never before. LDS Scriptures Pro (coming soon) is an all-new app by LDS Scriptures, designed and developed from the ground up. We can’t tell you much more just yet, just know we are actively developing and innovating a groundbreaking new Scriptures app. You’re going to love it. And don’t worry! All your markings and notes will automatically show up in the new app with your same LDS Scriptures login. As the first Scriptures app on a
Sunday: Triumphal Entry – John 12:12-16, Matthew 21:1-11 Monday: Cleansing of the Temple – Matthew 21:12-16 Tuesday: Teaching in Jerusalem – Matthew 21:18-46, Matthew 22-25 Wednesday: Events unknown Thursday: The Garden of Gethsemane – Luke 22 Friday: Crucifixion and Burial – Luke 23 Saturday: The Tomb Sunday: The Resurrection – Luke 24 Sunday: Triumphal Entry John 12:12-16, Matthew 21:1-11 Jesus Christ rides triumphantly into Jerusalem, His followers reverently laying down cloaks and palm fronds in His path. It is not the first