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 - Reminders - Activity ideas - Communication - Journaling - Personal
goals Discover The Discover feed is updated regularly w...
Finally Here! Also lol abt memes
Lol bahaha laughing so hard Bc of all the people angry about no memes. Remember!! This app is set up and run by old people. This app was presented and memes on it were announced by old people. Soooo their understanding of meme may be different than ours and they may just have meant quotes by that. 🤦🏻♀️😂😂 Anyways 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
I’m loving but here are some ideas
I love the app. It’s so much easier to communicate with my quorum. I love the reading and how accessible it is. I also love the inspiration and goals tabs. Here are some ideas though: -The links in are dark blue and with the black background sometimes it’s hard to see what they say. This might because my phone is on dark mode however. -When you click on scriptures it would be awesome if it linked you to the Gospel Library app if you have it rather then the church website because then I can link it to my scripture reading and marking in there. Or maybe pop up in a tab to the side like it does in the gospel library app rather than reroute to another page. -my friends and I were super excited for this app because we wanted to make a group chat to send uplifting and spiritual thoughts. We have one on GroupMe but it would be cool if we could make a circle on the Gospel Living app. I haven’t found a way to do this.
Great integration of connectedness and focus!
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).
Great Ideas but needs some more flexibility
I was most excited about the circles part of this app. Finally a way to contact my other leaders and my young women without using texting!! However, it would be really great if we could have a little flexibility with the circles and who is in them. My oldest class circle includes my adult 1st counselor, 2nd counselor, and secretary. I’m pretty sure they don’t want to get a notification whenever I send a message to my class and someone responds. It would be nice also to have the ability to create custom circles and choose who you want in them from your ward (or even stake). Being able to send a message to just a couple of girls or only one would be helpful too. Thanks for what you’ve brought us so far. I hope we can see changes like these in the near future.
Needs more for Goals
I’ve been looking forward to using this for a long time. Overall it looks great and I’m excite for most features. I’m a little disappointed in the Goals section. You can create goals, but they are just statements you view in the My Life section. You can create reminders, but the repeat options are limited. And that’s it for goals. No date, no repeat, no way to mark complete, no sub-goals or steps to reach, no way to measure progress. Since Goals are such a central part of the new Youth program, I was expecting quite a bit more development in this area. I was hoping to use this app as my central command center for managing my goals, but can’t do that... yet. I hope this functionality comes soon!!
Great app!! Still a few things to add
I have been looking forward to this app as a parent and leader of youth! This is such a great way for communication and keeping track of our goals! There are a few things that still need work. It is linked with the Gospel Tools app, & if ward clerks do not update callings, our leaders or class presidencies won’t be added to the appropriate circles. It would be great if administrators like the Bishop or YW president had the ability to add the necessary people to groups. This goes the same for household circles. I have older sons who want to help their little brothers with their goals, but are not on our circle. We’d love to be able to add them and even grandparents to our household group!
All together now!
We have been waiting for this app since Elder Gong announced it at the Face to Face. We have several youth who do not have unlimited texts. With this app we now have a way to communicate with our YW and their families without putting undo pressure on them with our groups texts. Thank you for adding Cirlces to this much needed app! Yay! We’re so glad it’s finally here! Question: is there any way to customize circles so we can create personal groups that are not preselected for us?
I’m in love!
I love the idea of this app and have been excited to get it when it came out. The moment was now. I’m very happy with the turnout of its content. Though having previously used the LDS Youth app, I enjoyed the full music playlist section to the youth app. It made it so much easier to just tap and play, here I have to scroll through a bunch of feed and manually select play. It’s not that frustrating though it feels inconvenient. I’m aware this app has just came out and has many new modifications on their way. I plead to add a music section that will be easier to access. Thanks!
Can you remove people from circles?
I haven’t used it too much, but I would love to be able to remove people from the circles. I feel if the entire bishopric and YW presidency is on every single group they will get a lot of messages and could get confusing or overwhelming especially when they don’t really need to be in all of them. Also would love to add Adult advisors/leaders. It would be great to be able to create our own as well. I love the idea behind this though. If/when all the youth are using it I know it’ll make staying in contact with them so much more convenient.
Seems pretty great
But I was mostly interested in the Group communication aspect. I wish parents could post in their children’s circles as well as get notifications of posts in those circles if they want. Otherwise, it’s really not that great of a real-time communicator. Parents will have to manually go in to each of their child’s groups to check for messages. They aren’t going to be notified and so they won’t see posts in a timely manner and thus people aren’t going to use it to communicate as much. Maybe it’s not meant to be that kind of a messaging platform though.
Not fully developed
As a leader there are some features which are frustrating. Currently there’s not a way to create a circle/chat which could include nonmembers. We were hoping this app would be able to replace the mass group texts we send but it looks like that won’t be the case so far. It also includes the bishopric in all of the circles related to callings which could get overwhelming for them with the notifications they’ll be receiving. Great potential in this app but still a long way to go before it’s efficient and fully inclusive of all who participate in the children and youth programs.
Gospel Living app is trying to be three different applications at once and doing it poorly. It’s a content feed of lightweight, rushed, and under-thought content. It’s a weak goal setting app and it’s a weak messaging app. Non of these tools are better than existing tools out there. I don’t understand why the business side of the church feels like they need to always build their own proprietary tools, especially when there are tools already out there that people are using. What problem is this app solving for members that other apps aren’t already solving? This app doesn’t answer that question and won’t be successful until it does.
So exited it’s here!
I’ve been anxiously awaiting this apps release! It’s full of positivity and truth. It’s packed with amazing articles, quotes, videos, and tips. I love the ability to connect with youth groups without making huge group texts that nobody feels they can reply to or depending on social media. It’s such a great place for our teens to spend some time. I haven’t gotten to check it all out yet since it just came out but so far it looks amazing!🙂 Thank you so much for this app!
Prayers Answered :)
I’ve been waiting for an app like this for a long time. One that takes all of the principles of goal-setting, recording revelation, etc. and puts it in the context of living a Christian life. The articles in the app are inspiring. You can filter what you read about and watch based on your interests. They have many ideas on how to set goals in each aspect of your life (spiritual, intellectual, social/emotional, and educational). I am so grateful for this app!
I downloaded the app to my phone & it seems great so far, so I downloaded it to the iPad that our children share and found it not to be useable at all. For the kids in Primary Activities this would be a great first step into social media, but many won’t have phones yet & a parent’s phone won’t always be accessible. For our daughter with low vision, the iPad also gives her options a smaller screen just cannot, so even as she ages she’ll likely use an iPad most often. Thank you for the work you’ve done thus far! Eagerly awaiting an iPad update!
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