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2 BYU religion professors weigh in on why 'Come, Follow Me' should be just the beginning of your gospel study Two 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.
Youth of the Church study the scriptures and discuss during Sunday School classes.
Unleashing the power of families: How the 'Come, Follow Me' curriculum has 'fundamentally' shifted the gospel experience for members around the world A 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.
Families using the new home-centered, Church-supported curriculum are beginning to witness the power promised by President Nelson when he announced it during the October 2018 general conference.
Sunday School general presidency talks about how to approach 'Come Follow Me' 2019 curriculum The Sunday School general presidency discusses their insights on and hopes for the 2019 curriculum.
A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource Come, Follow Me — For Individuals and Families, is the suggested course of gospel study at home.
Incredible view of the Rome Italy Temple centers this family's life on the gospel With a view of the new Rome Italy Temple through their apartment windows, the Salerno family is eager to apply the patterns of the new "home-centered, Church-supported" gospel study program in their home.
View of the Rome Temple from the Salerno's apartment in Rome, Italy, on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018.
'A joy and a delight': An Apostle's perspective on studying the gospel at home Nearly 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
Alexis Allen eats dinner with her children at home in Renton, Wash., on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018.
BYU religion professor shares the most important part of the Church's 2019 curriculum For 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.
Justin Allen, center, reads to his son Tom Allen and daughter Emilia Allen at home in Renton, Wash., on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018.
What Church members can look forward to in the 'Come Follow Me' 2019 home curriculum Since the Oct. 6 announcement, Church members around the globe have been anticipating the arrival of the new "Come Follow Me-For Individuals and Families" curriculum.
A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource "Come, Follow Me — For Individuals and Families" is the suggested course of gospel study at home.
Elder Quentin L. Cook: 'Deep and Lasting Conversion to Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus Christ' Elder Cook spoke of "a new balance between gospel instruction in the home and in the Church" during his October 2018 general conference address.
Elder Quentin L. Cook speaks at October 2018 general conference.