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.
DYC 26; 28; 43—This lesson deals with personal apostasy. How do we recognize Satan’s deceptions? How do we avoid taking offense? This lesson has a terrible attention activity. Grady Kerr of Mormon Media Reviews is with us.
D&C 89—The Word of Wisdom is ostensibly straightforward and simple, but how can we better live such a simple law? Do we sometimes focus too much on the proscriptions rather than the prescriptions in the law? Al Doan is with us!
D&C 29; 34; 88; 101—Dustin Homer sits with us to talk about the doctrine of the Second Coming. How can we prepare? Why is as Second Coming an important part of the plan of salvation?
This lesson is somewhat of an outlier in that while the Doctrine and Covenants certainly deals with the plan of salvation, this lesson goes into many other scriptures to talk about God’s plan for us, which is fitting since the plan is not restricted to what was revealed to Joseph Smith. Patricia Auxier joins us to talk about how knowing the doctrines of Heavenly Father’s plan is crucial to the growth of our faith and testimony.
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 42; 51; 78; 82; 104—Why was the law of consecration revealed to the saints? How did they struggle to live it and what were the consequences? Without the law of consecration formally active today, how do we still consecrate ourselves unto the Lord? Eric Meldrum is with us.
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.
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 13, 20, 27, 84, & 107—By seeking answers to questions they had during the translation of the Book of Mormon, Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery were privy to incredible angelic visitations, resulting in the restoration of the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods. Bill Doolittle joins us to hash it all out.