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!
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?
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.
Dustin Homer joins us for a discussion on how missionary work functioned among the early saints, and how missionary work can benefit us today. Were it not for the missionary work and sacrifices of the era, the Church would likely have been unable to carry on.
D&C 95; 109; 110—Where did modern-day temple worship come from and how can the temple be a greater blessing in your life? Joseph Smith came to understand temples through years of study and prayer and we can do the same. Dustin Homer is with us.
3 Nephi 8-11—Samuel the Lamanite’s prophecies come true regarding the death of Christ and the ensuing calamity. Christ appears to the Nephite people and ministers to them, setting off an incredibly set of chapters of the Savior’s teachings. Dustin Homer is back.
Helaman 6-11 – Pride cycle for days. The Lamanites become more righteous than the prideful Nephites. Nephi calls the people to repentance and prays for rain. How do we keep ourselves in check? How do we avoid pride? Dustin Homer is with us.
1 & 2 Timothy; Titus – Paul warns of signs of apostasy. How can we personally apostatize and what should we do to combat that? In what ways can be we be “an example of the believers”? How does the love of money dam our spiritual growth? Dustin Homer is back!
Mark 10-12; Luke 14-16 – How do we put our hearts upon riches? What does Jesus teach the rich young man about eternal life? But how easily do we covet that which we don’t need? Why do we get wrapped up in the finer things of the world? Our resident egalitarian, Dustin Homer, breaks it down with us.
2 Kings 2-6 – Elijah prepares Elisha to be the new prophet. Elisha takes Elijah’s mantle as the latter is translated. Elisha mocks Jehoram. Elisha has a run-in with locals. Bears ensue. Naaman is healed through obedience. What do we learn from these stories? Dustin Homer is back!