Households across the world can now request a free print subscription to any or all of the Church magazines. Each household may sign up for one or all three global magazines: the Liahona (for adults), For the Strength of Youth (for youth ages 12–18), and the Friend (for children).

Since August of 2023, the Church has been rolling out these free subscriptions country by country. Beginning February 1, anyone worldwide with a Church account may sign up for one annual subscription per household to one or more of these magazines. The new subscription system makes the words of the prophets available to more people.

The Church’s magazines are published in 50 languages in both print and digital formats. Additional languages are available digitally only.

How to Order

An adult member with a Church account may manage subscriptions at If you don’t have a Church account, you may get a free account at

Click the Subscribe button next to the magazine images and descriptions for a subscription to printed magazines. Enter your shipping address and language preference at the bottom of the page.

You will receive your first magazine six to eight weeks after subscribing. Additional copies of current issues of other magazines may be purchased at or at retail stores. You may access past issues digitally in the Gospel Library.

To sign up for a monthly email notification when a new issue of a magazine is released online and in the Gospel Library, select the digital magazines wanted under Email for Online Magazines.

The ward council can subscribe for children and youth who do not have parents attending church as well as for members who need additional help. Leaders can do this by going to Leader and Clerk Resources (LCR) and selecting Reports and then Magazine Subscriptions. Subscribing for these groups will require permission from members who need additional help and from the children’s parents.

Learn more in the article “Church Magazine Subscriptions Now Available Worldwide at No Cost.”



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