Old Testament Lesson 18: “Be Strong and of a Good Courage”

Joshua 1-6; 23; 24 – Danny Rasmussen of Normons.com joins us. The Lord calls Joshua to succeed Moses and command shim to be strong. How would you feel receiving a calling in the wake of someone as grand as Moses? The Israelites cross the Jordan river on dry ground via faith. Jericho is destroyed. What reminders are there to serve us and ancient Israel?

Old Testament Lesson 13: Bondage, Passover, and Exodus

Exodus 1-14 – The Israelites are enslaved. Moses is called to deliver the Israelites from bondage, but feels unworthy to do so. How many of you have felt unfit for a calling? What do we learn from Pharaoh’s unwillingness to free the Israelites? How did the Lord deliver His people? Why was the first Passover so significant and what did it represent? What has replaced it today? Dustin Homer joins us for this powerful lesson.

Old Testament Lesson 5: “If Thou Doest Well, Thou Shalt Be Accepted”

Moses 5-7 – Cain loves Satan more than God and slays Abel. Cain enters into a secret combination with Satan. What do we learn from Cain’s pride and disobedience? What do we learn from the City of Enoch? How can we be like the people of Enoch? Kurt from LeadingLDS joins us.

Old Testament Lesson 3: “The Creation”

Moses 1; 2 – The Creation is good. That’s how God sums it up (repeatedly, we might add) in the Book of Moses. We discuss the purpose of the creation, what Moses learned from witnessing a vision of the creation, and how we can learn from the creation of not just the earth, but ourselves. After all, why is it important to know that we are created in God’s image? Danielle Openshaw joins us. That’s right, Geoff’s wife. Word!

Lesson 18: “Establish … a House of God” – Doctrine & Covenants and Church History

D&C 95; 109; 110 – Why are temples so significant? What lessons were learned in the construction of the Kirtland Temple? What sacrifices does the Lord require in order to give us blessings? What happened after the Lord accepted the Kirtland Temple?