How to Subscribe Online to LDS Church Magazines

by Richard Brown
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints produces several magazines designed to instruct and edify church members worldwide. From the children's magazine "Friend," to the "Ensign," a more adult-oriented religious magazine, members can have the periodicals delivered to their homes each month. You can also access the LDS church magazines online.

Go to the LDS Church's official website at www.lds.org.

Look for a link on the upper left that reads, "Gospel Library." Click on that.

Select the tab that reads, "Magazines."

Locate the link that reads, "Magazine Subscription Online." Click on it.

Read through the introduction to the LDS church magazines and learn a little about the ordering process. Then scroll down to select the magazines you'd like to subscribe to. You can choose between the "Ensign" (adults), "New Era" (teens), "Friend" (children) and "Liahona" (international), among other media items. You'll be asked whether you are subscribing, renewing or giving the magazines as a gift.

Click on the "Proceed" button at the bottom right when you've made your selections.

Review your shopping cart. Verify that your selections are correct, then click on the button that says "Proceed to Checkout." If there is an error or you want to continue shopping, click on the appropriate buttons.

Enter your billing and shipping information as prompted. You should receive your first issues of the LDS magazines within six weeks.

Tip

  • You can also purchase single issues of any church magazine from the archives on this site. Simply follow the prompts on the main subscription page.

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Brown is a writer with expertise in many topics, including law, health, fitness, travel and outdoor recreation. Brown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in history from Utah State University. He began working as a freelance writer in 2007, and his articles appear on several Demand Studio websites, including eHow.

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