Moses 8; Genesis 6-7—Let’s talk about Noah’s ark and the flood. Was it real? Does that matter? What does the story of the ark teach us about God’s mercy and wrath? Patricia Auxier is with us.
Moses 5-7—Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS sits with us as we process the concept of agency through the lens of Cain and Abel, as well as the city of Enoch. Do we make offerings in vain? Do we answer the call to repentance?
Moses 4, 6—What does the Fall teach us about God’s love for us? How is it a positive part of our eternal progression? Bill Doolittle is with us.
Moses 1-3—We learn from Moses and Abraham that we are created in God’s image, and the creation of this world was done specifically to enable our eternal salvation. Danielle Openshaw is with us.
Abraham 3; D&C 138—How does foreordination work? Does foreordination guarantee we will occupy a particular priesthood office or position? We’ll learn some lessons from Abraham about this ancient doctrine. Patricia Auxier is with us.
Moses 1—Welcome to a new year of Gospel Doctrine study! Dustin Homer sits down with us as we lay the groundwork for a fantastic year of Old Testament study. We are God’s work and His glory. Find out why.
In this year’s last lesson, Al and Geoff elaborate on the concept of Zion. What is Zion? Where did Zion come from? How can we be Zion? These questions and more will be answered!
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.