ListServs and Groups
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has several free email lists you can subscribe to. One of the lists I'm subscribed to is Daily Gems, which sends a daily quote from the scriptures and LDS church leaders.
Gospel Doctrine Teachers
A place for teachers and students to discuss styles of teaching and mostly for discussion of past and present lesson material. Simply click on the link and hit send.
Provides a forum for high level, thoughtful, informed and reflective discussions of spiritual matters among committed Latter-day Saints. Simply click on the link and hit send.
This list is open for LDS Homeschoolers to discuss the Charlotte Mason style of homeschooling.
For, but not limited to, members of the LDS church who are going through or have been through a divorce. This list is for sharing information and support. Topics may include personal experiences, dealing with feelings, understanding what is going on, and effects on children.
LDS Divorce Support
An email list for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints whose lives are affected by divorce and would like to give and receive support from others.
LDS German Missions
For those who have served, or have received their mission call to serve, in Germany. Practice your German, share uplifting stories, help others prepare who are going and just generally have fun. Everyone is welcome.
LDS Nuggets is a free e-mail service that provides inspirational thoughts ("nuggets") to its subscribers.
LDS Palm Yahoo Group
This email list is for Latter-day Saints who use handheld devices and to help them find ways to use it to improve church and family life.
Latter-day Saints Political Discussion email group. To subscribe send to this email.
Mary and Martha
This is a list for LDS women who have experiences, or are currently experiencing spousal abuse in some form. It can be emotional, physical, sexual, or psychological.
Discussions regarding scouting and the Church, scout units (cubs, scouts, varsity, venture) with LDS wards as chartered partners, scouting in LDS units outside the USA, alternate programs for Aaronic Priesthood boys, and more.