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.
Dustin Homer joins us as we have a candid and in-depth discussion about how we, as Latter-day Saints, have a responsibility to take an active role in our communities. We must participate in government, obey the laws of the land, serve others, support worthy causes, etc. This is a far greater lesson than it seems at face value.
Modern-day revelation, ftw! Great stuff on this episode, including a discussion of the Church’s then-controversial correlation program. Also, a discussion on the extension of the priesthood to all, Church curriculum, the Quorums of the Seventy, and others. Patricia Auxier is wit’ it.
Settling the Mountain West – The Salt Lake Temple took 40 years to build. What lessons do we learn from the difficulty faced in its construction? Why is a foundation so important that it was built twice? How can we turn our hearts toward the temple? Why were saints sent to colonize areas instead of grouping together? We also discuss missionary work. Dustin Homer is with us.
D&C 101; 103; 105 – The early Saints in Missouri were persecuted and wronged. Why did the Lord allow this to happen? What role did Zion’s Camp play in shaping the future of the Church? How can we be patient through tribulation? How can we be obedient while not always understanding the Lord’s will? Al is in the studio.
Dustin Homer joins us to talk about missionary work. The Saints in the Kirtland era made great sacrifices for the sake of missionary work. What were they? We share numerous missionary stories of the pioneer era and talk about how we can be pioneers and missionaries in our day.