Book of Mormon Lesson 15: “Eternally Indebted to Your Heavenly Father”

Mosiah 1-3 – King Benjamin gives his great discourse. We focus on how Benjamin taught us to remember how indebted we are to our Father in Heaven, and how we can regularly express gratitude for our innumerable blessings. What do we learn from Benjamin’s reign? Bill Doolittle is with us.

Book of Mormon Lesson 14: “For a Wise Purpose”

Enos, Jarom, Omni, Words of Mormon – The segue chapters! But there is a ton of great stuff as we transition from Jacob and the people of Nephi to Mosiah and the people of Zarahemla. Jeff King is with us to break down historical context, as well as the valuable spiritual lessons to be gleaned from these terrific, if short chapters.

Book of Mormon Lesson 6: “Free to Choose Liberty and Eternal Life”

2 Nephi 1-2 – Lehi counsels his sons before he dies, exhorting them to repent and obey the Lord’s commandments. He teaches the importance of opposition and the need for a Savior and atonement. Jeff King is with us.

New Testament Lesson 44: “God Is Love”

1, 2, 3 John – This lesson has three parts: acknowledging manifestations of Heavenly Father’s love for us, acknowledging manifestations of Christ’s love for us, and showing our love to our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and others. Bill Doolittle is back in the saddle.

New Testament Lesson 26: “To This End Was I Born”

Jesus completes his mortal ministry. Judas betrays him, the Sanhedrin goes forward with a show trial, Jesus is scourged, Pilate sentences Jesus to death, and Christ offers himself as a sacrifice for all mankind. Listen to this quick episode and get prepared for a powerful and important Gospel Doctrine lesson.

Old Testament Lesson 36: The Glory of Zion Will Be a Defense (Isaiah 1-5)

Isaiah 1-5 – Why do we put such emphasis on Isaiah? We break down tools to help understand and appreciate Isaiah better. Of what does Isaiah prophesy? What can we learn about our day from the words of Isaiah?

Old Testament Lesson 35: God Reveals His Secrets to His Prophets

Amos & Joel – Why are prophets important? Of what does Amos warn the people? What do we learn from his revelations? How do they relate to prophets today? Joel offers us challenges and blessings. Great lesson. Prepare for General Conference!

Old Testament Lesson 32: “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth”

Job. Why the suffering? Did he truly never complain or sin? What can we learn from Job’s story? Where does Job find strength? Great rundown here on all things Job. JOB!

Old Testament Lesson 31: “Happy Is the Man That Findeth Wisdom”

Proverbs & Ecclesiastes – In this all-around lesson, we use the words of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to discuss topics of note to the saints. The key here is to really pray and utilize specific passages in order to create a topical discussion. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is with us.

Old Testament Lesson 27: The Influence of Wicked and Righteous Leaders

1 Kings 12-14; Chronicles 17 – Rehoboam succeeds his father, Solomon, but squanders the chance to rule in righteousness. Eventually, Jeroboam of the northern tribes leads a rebellion and Israel is split in two. What do we learn from the failings of these two leaders? How can we improve as leaders? Jehoshaphat  later leads Judah in righteousness.