2 Nephi 26-30 – Nephi’s final exhortations to his people. He talks about the restoration, the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, and good over evil.
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2 Nephi 11-16 – Bill Doolittle joins us for a discussion on the fabled Isaiah chapters of 2 Nephi. Don’t stress Isaiah! We’ve got you covered.
2 Nephi 9-10 – Jacob gives his great treatise on the atonement. This lesson is packed full of doctrinal nuggets worth pondering and applying.
2 Nephi 3-5 – Lehi teaches about Joseph’s visions. Nephi writes his lament but glories in God. The Nephites are commanded to separate from the Lamanites.
2 Nephi 1-2 – Lehi teaches to repent and obey the Lord’s commandments. He teaches the importance of opposition and the need for a Savior and atonement.
1 Nephi 16-18 – The Liahona was a physical manifestation of Nephi and Co’s faith. How? How does faith drive us in all things and how must it be manifest?
1 Nephi 12-14 – Let’s break down the parts of Nephi’s vision of the future. After all, when an angel says, “Look!”, you must look!
Lehi receives his great vision of the tree of life. What do the various parts of the vision represent? Why do we hit on this one so much at church?
1 Nephi 1-2 – Lehi takes his family into the wilderness. They are tried and tested. How are we also tried? How can we be unshakeable like Nephi?
Why do we call the Book of Mormon the “keystone” of our religion? What exactly does that mean? Join us as we kick off a new year of Sunday School Bonanza.
Revelation 5-6; 19-22 – John witnesses six of the seven seals, or time periods, leading up to the final dispensation and the Second Coming of Christ.
Revelation 1-3; 12 – John’s writes to the seven branches of the Church in Asia Minor. He later sees a vision of the coming of Christ.
1 & 2 Timothy; Titus – Paul warns of signs of apostasy. How can we be “an example of the believers”? How does the love of money dam our spiritual growth? Dustin Homer is back!
Philippians, Colossians, Philemon – What is the “admonition of Paul”? Why did Paul need to correct the practices of the Colossians?
Ephesians – Putting on the armor of God; loving our spouse; finding balance in marriage; making Christ our cornerstone; dispensations! Kurt Francom is here.
Acts 21-28 – This lesson deals primarily with Paul’s journeys and the miracles that kept his ministry afloat despite incredible opposition.
Bill Doolittle joins us to cover all of Hebrews in one lesson! Paul delves into concepts of the Trinity, priesthood, law of Moses, and the new covenant.
Romans 2-15 – Faith and works! Mormons are known for their belief in works, but sometimes we overlook the power of faith and grace.
2 Corinthians 1-7 – Paul teaches godly sorrow, to forgive one another, and to be be reconciled to God. What differentiates godly sorrow from sheer guilt?
1 Corinthians 11-14 – Paul instructs on familial relationships, the emblems of the sacrament, and spiritual gifts. Why are ordinances so important?
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?
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?