26 lessons for only 24 Sundays, so check out the final three Joseph Fielding Smith lessons here: women, the birth of Christ, and the Second Coming.
Zechariah and Malachi speak of many prophecies surrounding the Second Coming. Why are these important? Malachi discusses tithing and the sealing power.
Russell Stevenson is back with us to discuss his new book, For the Cause of Righteousness, and the history of blacks in the church, polygamy, Fiji, etc.!
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and Every Mormon Actor Ever Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High”
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and everyone in Provo make a pretty rad Christmas video. If you don’t feel joy from this, you are heartless
Cyrus allows the Jews to return to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. Why were Samaritans barred from rebuilding the temple? Ezra and Nehemiah lead and build.
Dustin Homer sits in with us to dissect Daniel’s interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, including the large figure and the stone cut out of the mountain.
John Dehlin and Kate Kelly resurface to talk about excommunication or the lack thereof.
Daniel 1; 3; 6; Esther – Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego face down various Persian leaders in different situations and come out better for it.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) issues a brief survey about the usefulness of MormonsAndGays.org.
Ezekiel 18; 34-37 – How do a shepherd and a sheepherder differ? What promises are in the vision of the valley of bones? Stick of Judah. Stick of Joseph.
What is prayer? Why are we commanded to pray, especially when God already knows our thoughts? How has prayer helped you? Parker Jacobs returns again!
Grady is joined by Parker Jacobs of Yo Gabba Gabba. Why is proclaiming the gospel so hard and how can we improve our ability to share it with others?
Jeremiah foresees the latter-day gathering of Israel. What “the gathering” really mean? The Lord describes His law written “in the hearts” of his people.
Jeremiah suffered through a lot. He prophesied of and watched the destruction of Jerusalem at the hands of Babylon. Yet he did not shirk. What can we learn?
Often we pray for the symptom of the trial to go away, that’s our focus, but the gospel isn’t there to take away the pain, so much as it’s there to heal us from it.
Dear Everyone, Mine is a simple concern, and I hope to convey it in a way that is both inoffensive and constructive. For while I
Subscribe and Review! Isaiah 54-56; 63-65 Ever wonder why Mormons have “stakes”? Isaiah is why. How do we not just enlarge out stakes, but
Sources say a major shift in Mormon temple wedding policy will come in effect in the near future. Civil ceremonies will not be tied into temple sealings.
How can we have more charity toward others? How does that enable us to better serve in God’s kingdom? What experiences have you had with service?
Isaiah 50-53; Mosiah 14-15 – Let’s talk about the prophecies regarding Christ’s atonement. We could do a whole lesson on just Isaiah 53. But there’s more!
Meet the Mormons came out over the weekend and stunned from a business perspective. Also, controversy over Women’s Meeting being part of #LDSCONF. And more!
What does it mean to be “In the world but not of the world”? How do we participate in our community while remaining a people apart from the usual nonsense?
Isaiah 40-49 – Why is it important to not just know of the Savior but to actually know Him? How is Christ incomparable? Isaiah scholar Al Doan joins us.