Acts 15-18; 1 & 2 Thessalonians – Paul preaches on Mars’ Hill then teaches the Thessalonians about the Second Coming. Why did Paul write letters to the saints?
Category: Sunday School Bonanza
Acts:10-15 – The Apostles spread the gospel to the Gentiles. Herod kills James and Peter is miraculously freed from prison. Revelation guides Peter.
Acts 6-9 – The Seventy are called, Stephen is stoned to death, Philip performs miracles in Samaria. Saul persecutes the Jews and is converted and baptized
Mary Magdalene, other women, the apostles, and the men on the road to Emmaus see the resurrected Savior Jesus Christ. Why did Thomas doubt?
How do we have our will swallowed up by that of the Father? Christ is a perfect example of obedience. We are promised great blessings as we strive to obey.
How do we center our thoughts on the Savior? How can we better prepare to take the sacrament and not be blasé about it?
Matthew 25 – Patricia Doxey joins us to talk about the parable of the ten virgins, the parable of the talents, and the parable of the sheep and goats.
Matt. 24; Mark 14 – What are the signs of the Second Coming? Seriously, why does a knowledge of the Second Coming matter?
John 12; Matthew 21-23 – How do we avoid being hypocritical in our dealings with others? We share some stories that taught us about hypocrisy and service.
Luke 18-19; John 11 – Jesus nears the end of his mortal ministry, teaching the parable of the unjust judge, visiting with Zacchaeus, and raising Lazarus.
Luke 15, 17 – Jesus shares parables of various things that were lost: a sheep, a piece of silver, and a prodigal son, and then HEALS a leper.
Mark 10-12; Luke 14-16 – How easily do we covet excess while ignoring eternal life? Why do we get wrapped up in the finer things of the world?
John 7-8 – Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS sits down to talk about the Feast of the Tabernacles and its significance. How is Christ the light of the world?
Matt 15-17 – Jesus teaches the Gentiles and feeds the 4,000; Christ is transfigured before his apostles and gives them the keys of the kingdom.
Matt 13 – Why did Jesus speak in parables and how could a ruling class not understand these parables? This lesson focuses on the Parable of the Sower.
How do we take upon ourselves the yoke of Christ and how is that yoke made light? What did Jesus teach us about doing holy work on the Sabbath?
Matt 6: Jesus continues the Sermon on the Mount, discussing the importance of performing our alms “in secret.” How do we lay up treasures in heaven?
Why did Christ teach the Sermon on the Mount and what content is applicable to us today? We hash through Matthew 5 and find some answers.
Mark 1-5 – Why did Jesus perform miracles? How did they instruct the people and testify of his divinity? We discuss miracles and how they help us learn.
Luke 4, 5 – Jesus announces that he is the Messiah, calls his Twelve Apostles. and instructs them in the affairs of the kingdom. Why do we need apostles?
Matthew 3-4: John the Baptist’s role in serving a forerunner of Christ. How did John prepare the way? Why was Christ baptized when He was perfect?
Let’s revisit the miracle of the birth of our Savior. We discuss some of the aspects of the Nativity story and the countless miracles associated with it.
Luke 1: Why did Zacharias doubt and express astonishment about having a son? How was Joseph tried during the process of Mary’s miraculous conception?
We kick off the new year with a primer lesson on the New Testament, the nature of Christ, and why it’s important to understand that Jesus is the Christ.
Zechariah and Malachi speak of many prophecies surrounding the Second Coming. Why are these important? Malachi discusses tithing and the sealing power.
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.
Daniel 1; 3; 6; Esther – Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego face down various Persian leaders in different situations and come out better for it.
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.
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?