Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is here to talk about the wonders of the family. But why are families so important to God’s plan?
What do Mormons believe about civic duty? Dustin Homer sits in the studio to discuss how we can get involved in our community, and how important it is for us not to sit on the sidelines. Mormons believe in participating!
This lesson might as well be pulled directly from For the Strength of Youth, as it’s a grab bag of items that we can work on to strengthen ourselves against the adversary. Bill Doolittle is up in this hizzy to break it all down.
Revelation is not restricted solely to the restoration era. Most of this lesson deals with prophetic examples from the 20th and 21st centuries. Also, we talk about the Correlation program, which has its defenders and detractors! Patricia Auxier is with us.
Missionary work! Missionary work! This is the dream! But really, how can we be better member missionaries? It seems a rote topic, but it’s not. Let’s get into it with Dustin Homer.
Dustin Homer joins us for a discussion on temple and family history work. How can you prayerfully improve your efforts in this regard? Why is having a current temple recommend important, regardless of whether or not a temple is near?
D&C 2; 110; 138—What does it actually mean to have the hearts of the children turn to their fathers? What can you do to have a greater desire to participate in family history and temple work?
D&C 38;42;104—Patricia Auxier returns to discuss spiritual and temporal welfare. How do we develop self-reliance? How do we help others with their needs?
Why do we need a prophet? Are prophets perfect? Was Joseph Smith perfect? In this lesson we will get into the ins and outs of latter-day prophets and how they bless our lives. Kurt Francom is with us.
The Saints settle the Salt Lake Valley. How have you been blessed by the sacrifices of these early settlers? Construction commences on the Salt Lake Temple. Dustin Homer is with us and he’s our homie.