Mosiah 4-6 – After King Benjamin concludes his sermon, the people are left to choose whether or not to apply his counsel. Great parallels there to our day, eh? These chapters focus on how the people of Zarahemla experienced a “mighty change” in their hearts and how we can do the same. Mackenna Gallacher is with us.
Mosiah 1-3 – King Benjamin gives his great discourse. We focus on how Benjamin taught us to remember how indebted we are to our Father in Heaven, and how we can regularly express gratitude for our innumerable blessings. What do we learn from Benjamin’s reign? Bill Doolittle is with us.
Enos, Jarom, Omni, Words of Mormon – The segue chapters! But there is a ton of great stuff as we transition from Jacob and the people of Nephi to Mosiah and the people of Zarahemla. Jeff King is with us to break down historical context, as well as the valuable spiritual lessons to be gleaned from these terrific, if short chapters.
Jacob 5-6 – TWiM’s own Al Doan joins us to talk about the famed Allegory of the Olive Trees (yes, “trees,” plural). So what’s the allegory all about? What symbols did the prophet Zenos use in the story? What’s the point of the whole thing? We’ll cover all of it in this week’s Sunday School Bonanza lesson.