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This week’s study guide includes Jacob’s teachings to the Nephites.

This week’s study guide includes Nephi’s writings about delighting in the scriptures and his lament about his weaknesses.

This week’s study guide includes Lehi’s counsel to his children shortly before his death.

The Church News recently asked readers to share how they came to know the Book of Mormon is true. Here are some of their responses.

This week’s study guide includes the Liahona and Nephi building a ship.

This week’s study guide includes Nephi’s vision of Jesus Christ and of the latter days.

This week’s study guide includes Lehi’s vision of the tree of life.

Jesus Christ’s invitation to “seek, and ye shall find” is open to all.

This week’s study guide introduces the prophet Lehi and his family, and details the start of their journey out of Jerusalem.

“Who could have imagined going from 5,000 copies of the Book of Mormon to 200 million? ... It is a miracle,” said Elder Dale G. Renlund during a Church News podcast interview.

Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace and his counselors spoke with the Church News about how the new manual helps everyone.

This week’s guide kicks off a year-long study of the Book of Mormon.

Through the Gospel Library or the Book of Mormon app, anyone can share a digital copy of the scriptures with someone else.

“What is the Book of Mormon to achieve? It is to invite people to come to Christ, be converted to Him, become His disciple, and get on and stay on the covenant path,” Elder Renlund said.

President Russell M. Nelson invited us to ponder three questions: “What would your life be like without the Book of Mormon? What would you not know? What would you not have?”

This week’s study guide concludes the apostle John’s prophecies about the latter days.

This week’s study guide focuses on the significance of Jesus Christ’s birth.

The Church has made the first significant adjustment to “Come, Follow Me” curriculum since its launch in January 2019.

This week’s study guide continues the apostle John’s prophecies about the latter days.

This week’s study guide introduces the apostle John’s prophecies about the latter days.

A new BYU study shows how reconnecting with God takes place through prayer, feeling His love and the influence of others.

This week’s study guide includes writings from John the Beloved and from Judas, the brother of Jesus.

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Peter’s declaration that Church members are “a peculiar people” (1 Peter 2:9).

This week’s study guide includes James 1:5, the scripture that helped usher in the Restoration.

“Come, Follow Me” for Nov. 6-12 covers Hebrews 7-13, which includes writings on faith, chastening and the Melchizedek priesthood.

“Come, Follow Me” for Oct. 23-29 includes the apostle Paul’s teachings on bishops, endurance and overcoming fear through faith.

“Come, Follow Me” for Oct. 16-22 includes the apostle Paul’s writings on loving all men, abstaining from fornication and being “children of light.”

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s writings on “corrupt communication” and gathering in Christ.

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s writings on dissension, adoption and the fruits of the Spirit.

On the 200th anniversary of Moroni’s appearance to Joseph Smith, read what the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and three women leaders have said about the coming forth of the Book of Mormon.