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Just when I was about to give up all hope of their fancy app. It’s all really cool and I’m excited to use it. My suggestion is more flexibility with Circles tho. They are super cool but looking a lil weird at the moment. For one, the names are really long. My Sunday School class is called Course 15, Course 16, Course 17. I think Class 15-17 would be a lot better and make sense. There’s also some duplicated chats that are kinda weird. There’s “Young Women” and “Young Women 12-18” with the exact same people. Also it would be so helpful to have ones for SYC and YCLs. These are real groups even if u don’t get set apart to it and we could really use this feature. Pls make Circles more editable and Easy Ik it’s hard! thx for making the app
Our homes are a sanctuary from (but within) the world, and this app feels like a sanctuary from (but within) the virtual world! Enjoying the features for keeping goals, reminders, and a private way to connect with my family and those serving in callings for the classes and quorums we are all involved in. This is great to teach texting with some safeguards in a more private app. Excited to keep using it, and hope some features will come on board (like extending circles to those we are ministering, or extended family not in our household).
This is a great app for iPhone and phones in general but iPads don’t work with it. The app takes up a small section of the screen and you can’t scroll through everything. Just fix that and otherwise it’s a great app! It’s great for youth and adults of the church to communicate with!!
A lot of hard work has gone into this and excited that we have a living App that will help us live the gospel!
I would like some of those promised memes as well as custom circles besides just the auto generated circles. Without those features there’s not a ton of drive to use the app, at least for me. The other features work well, although some formatting issues are present that are to be expected with a newly launched app such as this.
Developed by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
who have also released the following apps Sacred Music, The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, Member Tools, Gospel Library, Gospel Media, Seminary and Institute, Facility Issue Reporting, Gospel Living, JustServe .
Gospel Living has 311 user reviews.
Gospel Living has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Gospel Living (1.1.4) was released on Feb 12, 2020.
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The Gospel Living mobile app is designed to be inspiring, engaging, fun, and relevant to everyday life. It supports a Christian life through:
- Inspiring content
- Activity ideas
The Discover feed is updated regularly with inspiring articles, videos, audio, and images. It will include links to current Come, Follow Me lessons to support your gospel study. And you can explore ideas for service and activities as well as personal development.
The Today feature shows what you would like to work on as well as your upcoming activities. You can create new activities, see your reminders, and check your progress on your goals.
Write your thoughts and impressions, save your photos, and create and set reminders for your goals.
The My Life feature is a dashboard for your content within the app. You can see and organize your thoughts and impressions, photos, and goals all in one place.
The Circles feature connects you with family, classes, quorums, and others who serve with you in the Church. You can have conversations about what you’re learning, share progress, and encourage and support each other. Plus, you can share inspirational articles, images, videos, and service and activity ideas.
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