2 BYU religion professors weigh in on why ‘Come, Follow Me’ should be just the beginning of your gospel studyTwo BYU religion professors shared their insights about the new "Come, Follow Me" curriculum and why it is more important than ever to take on the responsibility of personal learning and study.
Unleashing the power of families: How the ‘Come, Follow Me’ curriculum has ‘fundamentally’ shifted the gospel experience for members around the worldA month into the new year, new Church schedule and new home-centered curriculum, families from around the world share how the changes have affected their Church and family study experiences, especially with small children.
‘A joy and a delight’: An Apostle’s perspective on studying the gospel at homeNearly three months after President Russell M. Nelson announced a “new balance and connection between gospel instruction in the home and in the Church” during general conference on Oct. 6, Latter-day Saints are preparing to implement the chang
BYU religion professor shares the most important part of the Church’s 2019 curriculumFor many years we have been taught by those charged to guide the destiny of this Church that the family is in fact the most important unit in time or eternity. Constant and consistent efforts to strengthen the family is our most important work.