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‘Come, Follow Me’

“In the time of Jesus, the relationship between a disciple and master teacher was deep commitment and loyalty by both the teacher and the disciple,” Gaye Strathearn writes.

“The study of the New Testament in 2019 was the best New Testament study of my life — until 2023, which I know will be even better,” said Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace.

New resources to teach about the covenant path can be found in the appendices of the 2023 “Come, Follow Me” manuals for individuals and families and for Primary.

Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace and his counselors, Brother Milton Camargo and Brother Jan E. Newman, talk about how the scriptures point to a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ.

“Preparing Children for a Lifetime on God’s Covenant Path” discussion guides for parents and fifth-Sunday lessons for Primary teachers can be found in appendices of the 2023 “Come, Follow Me” manuals on the New Testament.

More and more Latter-day Saints are claiming the blessings promised in 2018 by President Russell M. Nelson for scripture study and home-centered gospel learning, the Sunday School general presidency said.

The Young Men and Primary general presidencies pleaded with parents and leaders to maintain focus on the Savior.

“We teach about Jesus Christ no matter what we are teaching,” said Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace.

The Gospel for Kids YouTube channel features simple drawing lessons and rock art related to Old Testament stories in “Come, Follow Me.”

The New Testament “Come, Follow Me” manuals for 2023 are now available digitally. See a breakdown of new updates to the manual.

The latest major update to the popular Gospel Library app has added significant new features.