“Additional Resources,” Come, Follow Me—For Sunday School: New Testament 2019 (2019)
“Additional Resources,” Come, Follow Me—For Sunday School: 2019
Most of these resources can be found in the Gospel Library app and on LDS.org.
You can adapt any activities from this resource for use in your Sunday School class. If class members have used these activities in their personal or family scripture study, encourage them to share their experiences and insights.
The New Era, Ensign, and Liahona magazines provide articles and other features that can supplement the principles that you are teaching from Come, Follow Me—For Sunday School.
Sacred music invites the Spirit and teaches doctrine in a memorable way. In addition to the print versions of Hymns and the Children’s Songbook, you can find recordings of many hymns and children’s songs at music.lds.org and in the LDS Music app.
Artwork, videos, and other media can help those you teach visualize the doctrine and stories found in the New Testament. Visit medialibrary.lds.org to browse the Church’s collection of media resources, including the Bible Videos series, which depicts events in the New Testament.
The seminary and institute manuals provide historical background and doctrinal commentary for principles found in the scriptures. They also contain teaching ideas that can be adapted for Sunday School classes.
At topics.lds.org you can find basic information about a variety of gospel topics, along with links to helpful resources, such as related general conference addresses, articles, scriptures, and videos. You can also find Gospel Topics Essays, which offer in-depth answers to gospel questions.
This resource provides simple explanations of gospel topics, listed in alphabetical order.
This guide for missionaries provides an overview of the basic principles of the gospel.
This resource outlines Church standards that can help us remain worthy of the Lord’s blessings. Especially if you are teaching youth, consider referring to it often.
This resource can help you learn about and apply principles of Christlike teaching. These principles are discussed and practiced in teacher council meetings.