• Includes translations for most major world languages
• Includes audio recordings in English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish
• Includes search capability and simple navigation, including swiping gestures to navigate between chapters
• Includes links to learn more about the Book of Mormon
Feel a compelling connection with your ancestors as you discover the important events and stories of their lives. As your heart turns to them, begin to collect and add your own favorite family memories to the tree for others to enjoy for generations to come. Share your family legacy with others in person or through popular social networks.
• Browse your family branches, and see portraits of relatives you’ve never seen before.
• Discover facts, documents, stories, photos, and recordings about your ancestors.
• Easily add new persons and add photos stories and audio about your relatives.
• Take your family tree with you wherever you go—the app works even without Internet access.
• The app automatically syncs to FamilySearch.org, so you can pick up where you left off on any device.
• Store your family branches for free forever, deep within the FamilySearch vaults.
Share family stories with your children at bedtime or in the car while traveling. Learn something new about your family origins while waiting in a line. Take the app to family gatherings, and capture stories you’ve never heard before. Ask your parents and grandparents to tell you about their lives and what they remember of their deceased relatives; then record their stories using the app. Use important moments of your history as teaching aids. Watch how stories of your ancestors’ hardships, endurance, and faith help you become a better person.
FamilySearch Tree is always free and an easy and convenient way to find and share meaningful, heart-turning family stories that will make an impact on your life and the lives of your loved ones.
• FamilySearch Tree is a mobile companion to FamilySearch.org. Along with making it easy to add photos, stories, and audio recordings to the records of ancestors in the tree, Family Tree now provides for the user to add new persons and edit the vital information for all ancestors in the public tree.
* Toss a snowball, make a snow angel, and conduct a train as you swipe through The Coat, A Mother’s Hope, andThe Old Shoemaker.
* Read as a family or let the app do the storytelling for you with video and audio playback.
* Let beautiful animation, music, and narration immerse you in the stories.
This app is not sanctioned or endorsed by the LDS church or any of its affiliates.
Gives instruction on how to perform LDS Priesthood Ordinances and Blessings. The source of this information comes from Handbook 2: Administering the Church and can be found on www.LDS.org.
The following ordinances are covered:
1. Anointing with Oil
2. Sealing the Anointing
3. Consecrating Oil
4. Conferring the Priesthood and Ordaining to an Office
5. Setting Apart Officers and Teachers
6. Father’s Blessings and Other Blessings of Comfort and Counsel
7. Naming and Blessing Children
11. Dedicating Homes
12. Dedicating Graves
Note: The first time you run this application, the first ordinance you open will be blank. Simply go back and open it again. From then on, everything will work perfectly.
Added Google Analytics to increase performance.
Using Google Analytics and user feedback, made the following improvements. Crash associated with Share button press corrected. Gave users more flexibility to Share with Google+, Twitter, Facebook, etc.. Scripture references actively linked with LDS.org.
Significantly updated wording of application to reflect changes shown in Handbook 2: Administering the Church. Added instruction for dedicating a house. This app has now be translated into Spanish, special thanks to Brother Leebert.
Minor modifications to language to more closely match LDS.org. Added section for blessing (general instructions) and a section on setting apart officers/teachers.
Allow users to long-click an Ordinance to move it up or down.
Allow users to re-size ordinance text and other minor updates.
Corrections made to Spanish language thanks to Mario Pineda and many other users. This app has now be translated into Portuguese, special thanks to Marcia Loureiro, Oli Silva, Paulo Nascimento, Laura Lawrence, and all the feedback from users.
This app has now be translated into Swedish, special thanks to John Wennerlund. This app has also been translated into French, special thanks to Eliott.
Book of Mormon Touch brings scripture stories to life with imaginative and interactive storytelling designed for early readers (primary-aged children) and LDS families. With original illustrations and careful attention to scriptural story, young children and beginning readers can interact and engage with familiar characters and important stories from The Book of Mormon (The Book of Mormon is a volume of scripture published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormons).
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STORY MODE helps primary children (age 3-11) engage with the scriptures line by line with dozens of illustrated scenes. Each scene includes interactive sounds and pop-up messages that will surprise and delight young readers and non-readers alike.
STICKER STORY MODE builds memory skills challenging children to place illustrated characters and objects where they belong within each scene as they follow the scripture story.
BUILD-A-SCENE MODE encourages children to create scenes from other Book of Mormon stories or to imagine their own stories using the backgrounds and illustrations from the app. (Build-a-Scene also includes a few surprise stickers and illustrations not found in regular story modes.)
NOTE: Book of Mormon Touch is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints.
Works included are:
* The Book of Mormon
* The Pearl of Great Price
* Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints
* The Articles of Faith
Easy to use app!
All ebooks are in HTML format and no additional book reader is required.
Books are optimized for all mobile devices.
English Language Only.
* This is a free ad-supported application.
* All works are in the Public Domain, meaning that they are not subject to copyright.
* All material in this app shall only be used for personal, non-commercial purposes.
● ENGLISH TEXT
● ENGLISH VOICE OUTPUT
The standard works of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) are the four books that currently constitute its open scriptural canon, due to the LDS belief in continuous revelation.
● The Holy Bible (King James version)
● The Book of Mormon, subtitled since 1981"Another Testament of Jesus Christ"
● The Doctrine and Covenants of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
● The Pearl of Great Price (containing the Book of Moses, the Book of Abraham, Joseph Smith-Matthew and Joseph Smith-History)
+ The Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible
The standard works are printed and distributed by the LDS Church in a single binding called a quadruple combination and as a set of two books, with the Bible in one binding, and the other three books in a second binding called a triple combination. Current editions of the standard works include a Bible dictionary, photographs, maps and gazetteer, topical guide, index, footnotes, cross references, excerpts from the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible (JST), and other study aids.
Under the LDS Church's doctrine of continuing revelation, Latter-day Saints believe literally in the principle of revelation from God to his children. Individual members are entitled to divine revelation for confirmation of truths, gaining knowledge or wisdom, meeting personal challenges, and so forth. Parents are entitled to revelation for raising their families.
Divine revelation for the direction of the entire church comes from God to the President of the Church, who is viewed by Latter-day Saints as a prophet in the same sense as Noah, Abraham, Moses, Peter, and other biblical leaders. When prophets and general authorities of the church speak as "moved upon by the Holy Ghost", it "shall be scripture, shall be the will of the Lord, shall be the mind of the Lord, shall be the word of the Lord, shall be the voice of the Lord, and the power of God unto salvation." Members are encouraged to ponder these revelations and pray to determine for themselves the truthfulness of doctrine.
This app is available as a FREE and a PRO version. The FREE edition includes ads which finance the development while the PRO edition is completely ad-free. Apart from that both versions are equal. You can first check out the FREE edition without any risk in order to to see if you like the app. If the ads annoy you or you just want to support this app's development, you can buy the PRO edition.
● Standalone software - no eBook reader needed
● Daylight & nighttime colors
● Voice output (text to speech, TTS)
● Move to SD card
● Clickable table of contents
● English and German program language
● Contents rotate automatically (portrait/landscape)
● Fullscreen images on/off by long click
● Options menu
+ Help page
+ Settings page
- Text color
- Background color
- Text size
- Text padding
+ Link to all iwpSoftware apps in Android Market
+ Go to bookmark
+ Set bookmark
+ Set current image as wallpaper
+ Link to image/item/description
Missionary Age Announcement
Relationships with Other Faiths
The Articles of Faith
Diversity in the Church
The Quorum of the 12 Twelve Apostles
Membership / Mission Statistics
Caribbean Membership Statistics
What to Expect at Church Services
Fun Facts About the LDS Church
Events of April 6, 1830
Challenge of the Book of Mormon
D&C Revelation Locations
12 myths about Mormons
Mormon Volunteers and Hurricane Sandy
Missionary Parents – FAQ
Prospective Missionaries - FAQ
Joseph Smith and the Kirtland Temple
I Hope They Call me on a Mission
Church Statement on Racism
Catholic Encyclopedia Entry – Mormonism
and much much more...
Updates added frequently... more lists and articles added regularly...
All lists and articles are stored on your device and will work with or without Wifi.
To help with memorization there are now options to remove random words from verses or to leave just the first letter of all words.
We decided to add the The Family: A Proclamation to the World, The Living Christ, and the Articles of Faith, since they are good for memorizing.
You can swipe between scriptures to go forward or backwards.
To get back to the list of scriptures or books, hit your back button.
There is now a "Widget" that you can put on your home screen. To do this you will need to long press on your home screen, then select "Widgets" or "Android Widget" from the pop-up.
From the list select "Scripture Mastery App".
This places the widget on your home screen. Now you need to add a reference. To do this, open the Scripture Mastery App, select a verse, then from the text of the verse (not the reference) long press. You will see a small pop-up that says the verse was added to the widget. Now you have a verse on your home screen.
El Libro de Mormón: Otro Testamento de Jesucristo es uno de cuatro libros canónicos aceptados por La Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días, la Comunidad de Cristo y otras ramas del movimiento de los Santos de los Últimos Días (comúnmente llamado el mormonismo). El libro mismo dice ser una traducción de los escritos de hombres santos de la antigua América escrito en una forma similar a la Biblia. Toma su nombre de uno de los últimos de los profetas que, de acuerdo al libro, escribieron en él, Mormón, quien alrededor del 390 d.C. habría resumido en un compendio varios escritos y archivos dando alcance a 2500 años de historia.
La Iglesia de Jesucristo de Los Santos de Los Últimos Días mantiene que El Libro de Mormón contiene los registros de dos grandes civilizaciones que poblaron el continente americano, una procedente de Jerusalén por el año 600 a. C. y la otra arribando muchos siglos antes cuando el episodio bíblico de la Torre de Babel. Estos registros habrían sido mantenidos por profetas que vivieron entre esos pueblos, hasta que Mormón, uno de esos profetas, hiciera una compilación de los anales en un único volumen, grabado en planchas de oro.
En la narrativa de José Smith, restaurador de dicha iglesia, Moroni, un humano glorificado, le visitó el 21 de septiembre de 1823, instruyéndole acerca del antiguo escrito y de los pasos a seguir para traducirlo. Smith contó que, cuatro años más tarde, las planchas le fueron finalmente entregadas, traduciéndolas enseguida, asegurando tener auxilio divino para esa labor. La traducción del texto se realizó mediante el uso de un instrumento llamado Urim y Tumim10 que permitía a Smith interpretar los caracteres del egipcio reformado al inglés usado en la época. En dicha labor cooperaron Martin Harris y posteriormente Oliver Cowdery, ambos firmantes como testigos originales de las llamadas Planchas de Oro entregadas a Smith por el ángel Moroni.
El tema de El Libro de Mormón, dado en la portada, es mostrar al mundo que Jesús es el Cristo, el Eterno Dios, quien se manifiesta a todas las naciones.
El título del libro fue cambiado a El libro de Mormón: otro Testamento de Jesucristo para clarificar el tema cristiano del libro: «Todo el que abra el libro sabrá, por su título, qué es lo que contiene» (Boyd K. Packer).
Según la introducción del libro, la parte considerada más importante del libro es la visita de Jesucristo al continente americano tras su resurrección, registrada en el libro de 3.er Nefi, en los capítulos 11 al 28. En este libro, considerado sagrado para sus devotos, «se expone la doctrina del evangelio, se describe el plan de salvación y se dice a los hombres lo que deben hacer para lograr la paz en esta vida y la salvación eterna en la vida venidera.»
Las iglesias que creen en el Libro de Mormón afirman que este también sirve como evidencia del llamamiento de Dios a su profeta, Joseph Smith, que habría traducido el libro de antiguas planchas de oro que le fueron entregadas por un ángel. Es un texto que, por lo demás, es considerado parte integral y canónica de la misma Biblia por los devotos mormones. Se enseña que los escritos en el Libro de Mormón demuestran que la Biblia es un libro inspirado por Dios.
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Up to 2 players.
vs and co op modes.
main game is a maze where you must fight and dodge to escape.
Art by May and Punipaws.
May kimi harada , a young teen vampire travels through several laybrinths and her goal is to get to the end of each one without dying. With several appearances from characters from the popular anime higurashi no naku koro bi by ryukishi07 and a few references to various other things. There is even two player mode where may and Rena ryugu from higurashi team up and travel through the labyrinth together.
1- updated boss, and added some backgrounds, secret bonus lvl (2 player only),
nemo from finding nemo, and sponge bob from the ocean
can you find the end of the maze to get save nemo?