Happy New Year! It's 2019!
It's officially 2019, and we are so excited for a brand new year full of God's blessings.
We've got some fun things planned for the Gospel Blog this year. For starters, we've got a special lineup of articles for the month of January, and we want you to know what to expect.
For just the month of January...
We're going to feature articles published by the Student Support Program (SSP), a network designed to encourage high school and college students, especially those who are away from home and church.
These articles were originally written for a youthful audience, but we feel that they have universal appeal for all ages, so don't tune out.
If you're no longer in the "young" age bracket, then please be thinking about young people who you know who might benefit from the articles you read in January, and forward them on!
You can check out the entire SSP article archive here. Betcha there's a young person you know who could benefit a lot from this goldmine.
But what about the chapter-by-chapter Book of Mormon studies that publish each Wednesday? Don't worry. Brother Jerry Valenti will still be writing those in January (and beyond). We'll also have a short Good Word for you each Friday.
Our regular columnists — plus a new voice or two! — will be back starting in Febrary.
How to Search for Past Blog Articles
Our year-end survey revealed that some of you aren't sure how to search for a past blog article that you want to read again.
The best way to do this is to use the search box located at the top of the blog webpage. It's the red number 1 in the image below. Type any words you remember from the article (or the author's name) to begin your search.
If you don't see the article you're looking for, it may be an older one, so click over to our archive (number 2 in the image) to search for it there.
Another way to search is to click on one of the article categories on the sidebar (number 3 in the image). This displays all the articles in that category, whether it's miracles or scripture studies.
We hope that helps!
May you have a wonderful New Year's Day, and may God bless you, keep you, and use you in 2019!
This article has undergone ministry review and approval.