Book of Mormon Lesson 42: “This Is My Gospel”

3 Nephi 27-28; 4 Nephi—Why did Christ concern himself with the naming of His church? Should we concern ourselves with “Mormon Church” in the post-Mormon Moment era? The Savior grants his twelve disciples the desires of their hearts, including the three Nephites, who wished to avoid death. Dustin Homer is with us, yo.

New Testament Lesson 18: “He Was Lost, and Is Found”

Luke 15, 17 – Jesus shares parables of various things that were lost: a sheep, a piece of silver, and a prodigal son, all of which are illustrative. But then He literally heals a leper, chasing after the one. Bill Doolittle sits down with us to talk about these powerful sermons.

Old Testament Lesson 46: “A Kingdom, Which Shall Never Be Destroyed” (Daniel)

Daniel 2 – Dustin Homer sits in with us to dissect Daniel’s interpretation of King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, including the large figure made of various metals and the stone cut out of the mountain. Awesome content here and we hope you’ll share with us your thoughts.

Old Testament Lesson 44: “Every Thing Shall Live Whither the River Cometh” (Ezekiel)

Rachel Murdock is back with us to talk about Ezekiel’s vision of the new temple in Jerusalem, as well as the river that will flow from the temple into the Dead Sea, bringing life back to the Dead Sea. Great symbolism throughout this lesson.

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 16: “I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord”

Numbers 22; 31 – Balak, king of Moab, needs to defeat Israel, but how? He elects to persuade Balaam, a prophet, to turn God on Israel. Yup. Balaam is tempted by the riches offered and clearly wants to have his cake and eat it too. God is angry with Balaam over his waffling and counsel to Balak. Also, Balaam’s donkey talks. Talking Donkeys! Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS joins us.

Old Testament Lesson 14: “Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure unto Me”

Exodus 15-19; 32-34 – The Israelites murmur. How do we murmur? The Lord provides for them, regardless. What does manna symbolize? How do the Israelites literally sustain Moses while fighting the Amalekites? How can we sustain our leaders? What did Jethro teach Moses about delegation? Why does the Lord give Israel the Law of Moses instead of a higher law? Danielle Openshaw joins us.

Lesson 15: “Seek Ye Earnestly the Best Gifts” – Doctrine & Covenants and Church History

D&C 46 – What are the gifts of the spirit? What purposes do they serve? How can we seek spiritual gifts? How can we cultivate the gifts of the spirit? Patricia Auxier joins us.

Lesson 10 – “This Is My Voice unto All” – Mormon Church History and Doctrine & Covenants

D&C 25 – How do the Lord’s words to Emma Smith relate to us? How should husbands and wives treat each other? How do we avoid pride and pursue meekness? How do we find joy, even in suffering?

Lesson 09 – “The Only True and Living Church”” – Mormon Church History and Doctrine & Covenants

Why are you grateful to be a member of the Church? How was the Church organized in 1830? What transpired there? Why do some call it the “Mormon Church”? Eric Meldrum hosts.