With the new Come, Follow Me curriculum being introduced in 2019, Latter-day Saints are focusing on teaching and learning at home and at church. Consistent with this emphasis, we desire to help our youth teach more like the Savior.
The Savior, who was the Master Teacher, always used the teaching style most appropriate for His audience.
I plead for heaven’s help as we strive to be Christlike teachers in our homes.
As difficult as consistent practice can be at times, no one would dispute its importance in developing a talent.
How can technology be an ally rather than an enemy in the classroom?
One of the ways we can enhance our personal revelation is to write down and record spiritual insights and impressions when they come. When we do so, we show the Lord we value His counsel and are ready for more.
The Book of Mormon is God’s compelling witness of the divinity of Jesus Christ, the prophetic calling of Joseph Smith, and the absolute truth of this Church.
Sunday School has an important role to play in helping all of us prepare to meet God. Are you making it a priority?
The most effective teacher councils connect teachers with heaven so that they receive revelation on how to improve their teaching.
When you received your current calling, what was your orientation experience like?
Tad R. Callister teaches us that the Savior taught the principle of never giving up in our reactivation efforts. The Savior spoke of the good shepherd who had a hundred sheep but lost one of them in the wilderness.
As we become more committed learners, we will experience the divine joy that comes from learning and living the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The teacher is not just a facilitator of gospel discussion; he or she is first and foremost an instrument through whom the Holy Ghost can teach great doctrinal truths, bear powerful testimony, and extend inspired invitations.
Before we come to the conclusion that a teacher is boring or uninformed or not up to our expectations, we as learners could adopt the “is it I?” principle.
Have you ever wondered: How can I make a real difference in the lives of those I teach? How can I help change their lives for the better? How can I teach with power and authority from God?
The primary purpose of the Sunday School organization is to strengthen individuals’ and families’ faith in Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ through teaching, learning, and fellowshipping.
Youth leaders express a concern about duplication of lessons for youth in Sunday classes and share their collective thoughts on possible solutions.
I sincerely pray you will choose to ponder God’s words in an extended and deeper manner.
One of the best ways to improve as a teacher is to watch other gifted teachers teach.
The doctrine of Christ allows us to access the spiritual power that will lift us from our current spiritual state to a state where we can become perfected.
Youth need to teach, and with some help, they can teach well.
When students open up and share what is really on their minds, teachers need to take the time to answer those questions.
Youth discuss four things they want out of their gospel lessons.