D&C Lesson 40: Finding Joy in Temple and Family History Work

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?

D&C Lesson 35: “A Mission of Saving”

D&C 4; 18; 52; 81, 138—Just as Brigham Young sent many to said the Martin and Willie handcart company, the Savior rescues us. But how? What do we learn from these great lessons in Church history? Bill Doolittle is with us.

D&C Lesson 15: “Seek Ye Earnestly the Best Gifts”

D&C 46; Articles of Faith 1:7—Patricia Auxier sits down with us to talk about the gifts of the Spirit – how we identify them, cultivate them, and employ them. How can you improve your understanding of the gifts of the spirit?

D&C Lesson 12: “The Gathering of My People”

How was Israel gathered in the early days of the restored Church? How does it relate to the ongoing gathering of Israel as foretold in the Bible? How do we gather today? Bill Doolittle will help us make sense of it all.

D&C Lesson 11: “The Field Is White Already to Harvest”

Missionary work! How do we serve God with all our “heart, might, mind and strength”? We have great desires for missionary work, but sometimes we get skittish when we have the opportunity to take part in it. Let’s go through examples in church history that can help inspire us. Patricia Auxier-Doxey is with us.

D&C Lesson 3: “I Had Seen a Vision”

We know the classic account of the First Vision, but the Church has taken great steps in recent years to highlight other accounts of this enormous pillar of Mormonism. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS.org joins us to talk about the genesis of the First Vision and what we can learn from multiple, differing accounts. Make the most of the new materials available to you, dear friends!

Book of Mormon Lesson 35: “Repent and Return unto the Lord”

Helaman 13-16—Samuel the Lamanite preaches repentance to the Nephites, foretelling their destruction if they do not turn to the Lord. He also discusses the signs of Christ’s birth and death, setting in motion the climax of the Book of Mormon. Mackenna Gallacher is with us.

Book of Mormon Lesson 29: “Give Ear to My Words”

Alma 36-39—Alma sits down with his three sons, Helaman, Shiblon, and Corianton, to bear testimony and offer encouragement before he disappears. What can parents learn from Alma’s counsel? Too often we lean solely on Corianton’s experience to inform our view of parenting, but even parenting “untroubled” kids requires tact and finesse. Brad Lammi joins us to talk about these great passages.

Book of Mormon Lesson 24: “Give Us Strength According to Our Faith in Christ”

Alma 13-16—Alma and Amulek continue their preaching among the people of Ammonihah, discussing the power of the priesthood and the doctrine of foreordination. Eventually, once-enemy Zeezrom is converted and baptized. The Lamanites destroy Ammonihah.

Book of Mormon Lesson 22: “Have Ye Received His Image in Your Countenances?”

Alma 5-7—Alma explains how we can experience a “mighty” change of heart, but what does that entail? How difficult is it to change our nature? There’s a lot to learn about the process of conversion from these chapters. Remember, our road to exaltation is not littered with singular events, but with ongoing efforts and processes. Al Doan is with us, yo!