We know the classic account of the First Vision, but the Church has taken great steps in recent years to highlight other accounts of this enormous pillar of Mormonism. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS.org joins us to talk about the genesis of the First Vision and what we can learn from multiple, differing accounts. Make the most of the new materials available to you, dear friends!
The Doctrine and Covenants gives us a better understanding of Christ. In this lesson we will cover many scriptures that testify of the Savior and His divinity. How does the Doctrine and Covenants help you get a better understanding of the atonement? Eric Meldrum is with us.
Dustin Homer joins us to discuss our upcoming year studying the Doctrine and Covenants as well as Church history. This will be a fascinating year, as the Church is supplying supplemental materials for the lessons based on the gospel topics essays of recent years. We’re excited for the ride.
Moroni 7-10—Mormon discusses how to choose between good and evil. He later discusses how little children are pure. Moroni teaches us about how to exercise faith and find truth in all things.
Moroni 1-6—Moroni continues his discourse, discussing gospel ordinances and our need to strengthen one another. Bill Doolittle is with us for the penultimate lesson of the year.
Ether 12-13—Faith! Moroni gives a great treatise on faith in one of the landmark chapters of the Book of Mormon. How can we become humble and exercise faith? Brad Lammi is here.
Ether 1-6—Moroni recounts the story of the Jaredites, in particular the brother of Jared. The brother of Jared demonstrates incredible faith—some of the greatest in all of scripture—and we can learn much from these passages. Mackenna Gallacher is with us.
Mormon 7-9—The Nephite nation has been destroyed, and these chapters cover Mormon’s final exhortations to them and to us. What prophecies are in these chapters that resonate with you? Bill Doolittle is in the studio.
Mormon 1-5—Mormon becomes the leader of the Nephites and the Nephites suffer in battle because of their wickedness. How do we develop contrite hearts and spirits? What does that mean? Brad Lammi is in the studio with us.
3 Nephi 27-28; 4 Nephi—Why did Christ concern himself with the naming of His church? Should we concern ourselves with “Mormon Church” in the post-Mormon Moment era? The Savior grants his twelve disciples the desires of their hearts, including the three Nephites, who wished to avoid death. Dustin Homer is with us, yo.