Teaching and Lessons
Come, Follow Me
Using Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families
Using Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families
Come, Follow Me: Rejoice Together
As we rely upon the Spirit in teaching and receiving the gospel, we will be mutually edified and rejoice together.
Come, Follow Me: Teach One Another
As we seek to teach the gospel diligently to one another, the grace of God will be more present in our lives and our understanding will increase.
Come, Follow Me: These Words
Focusing on the words of the scriptures in all aspects of our lives, teaching them, discussing them, putting them before us as a constant reminder, will greatly bless our lives.
Come, Follow Me: Treasure Up in Your Minds
As we study and treasure up the words of the scriptures continually, we will be prepared to draw upon the things we learn in the very moment they are needed, wherever we may be.
Come, Follow Me: Vision
Strengthening faith in Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ is central to the Come, Follow Me home-centered and Church-supported curriculum.
Come, Follow Me—Adaline
It’s important to seek to understand the needs of the children we teach.
Come, Follow Me—Antonio
Seeing the gospel in action around us creates a better experience in Sunday School.
Come, Follow Me—Brent
Studying the scriptures goes much deeper than just reading.
Come, Follow Me—Bridget
Living the gospel helps us to remember what we learn.
Come, Follow Me—Christensen Family
We can have a more engaged experience in family gospel study.
Come, Follow Me—Duncanson Family
You can’t teach what you don’t know.
Come, Follow Me—Khwela Family
To teach our children, we must learn the scriptures for ourselves.
Come, Follow Me—Lito
Discover it for yourself, and the Lord will reveal on it.
Come, Follow Me—Morris Family
A love for the scriptures can begin at a young age.
Come, Follow Me—Oduro-Yeboah Family
The example of others can lead to conversion.
Come, Follow Me—Ofelia
Come, Follow Me is an opportunity for students to discover spiritual truths for themselves.
Come, Follow Me—Packets of Light—Elder Scott
Scriptures are like packets of light that illuminate our minds.
Come, Follow Me—Revelation—President Nelson
President Nelson speaks of the wonderful blessings that await those who seek to receive personal revelation.
Come, Follow Me—Siyanda Family
There should be no gap between church and home.
Elder Cook: Home Centered, Church Supported
Elder Cook speaks about the purpose of the new home-centered and Church-supported curriculum.
Encourage Learning at Home: Ministering & Teaching
For one Sunday school teacher, teaching is not just a Sunday activity, but something that impacts those he ministers to throughout the week.
How We Have Changed – Saisopa Family and The Sabbath Day
Real change can come into our lives when we seek to honor the sabbath day.
How is this Different? – Brent
After a struggle of faith, one man learns what it means to truly study the scriptures.
How is this Different? – Jenna
As we seek to have a more meaningful experience with the scriptures, peace will come amidst life’s challenges.
How is this Different? – Lee Yongha
One of the ways God can answer us is through the scriptures.
Introduction to Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families
Introduction to Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families by Elder Ronald A. Rasband.
Learning at Home: Closer Together
Spending quality time together and studying the gospel together consistently as a family can bring peace, joy, and unity into the home.
Learning at Home: Growing in Faith
The Come, Follow Me program’s emphasis on daily scripture study with corresponding activities is producing big changes for one sister and her family. Her children’s attitudes toward scripture study have improved, and their faith is growing.
Learning at Home: I Like to Help People
Personal scripture study brings strength to a sister who works as a caretaker. Her personal study makes it easier to share with others the gospel truths she is learning at home.
Learning at Home: Not Alone in This
A Sunday School teacher studies the Come, Follow Me lessons at home each week. During Sunday discussions at church, she listens to ward members share how they apply the same gospel topics to their own lives.
Learning at Home: Personal Revelation
The Come, Follow Me program’s home and Church connection encourages daily study throughout the week, bringing constant opportunities for application and personal revelation.
Learning at Home: We Have Grown
Every family is different, and each family determines the best way to use the Come, Follow Me resources for studying the gospel in their own home.
Learning at Home: We Want to Be Better
The Come, Follow Me program has inspired individuals around the world to improve their own personal scripture study habits, spend more time with family members discussing gospel truths, and increase participation in Sunday discussions.
President Nelson and Elder Cook: Balance and Connection
President Nelson and Elder Cook speak about the profound influence for good that the home- centered and Church-supported curriculum will have on individuals and families.
The Power of the Word - Alma 31:5
Try the virtue of the Word of God.
Why is My Preparation at Home Important? – Tasha
Discussing the gospel together in the home can help us face the challenges of life.