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Come, Follow Me Support Articles and Activities from the Ensign
Every month, the online edition of the Ensign magazine (available in the Gospel Library app or at ensign.ChurchofJesusChrist.org) includes a page of “Support Articles and Activities” for each week’s lesson. Included are links to articles and family activities from the pages of the Ensign, New Era and Friend magazines.
Links to these pages are now included on our Come, Follow Me Resource Index and individual Lesson pages, together with links to relevant content on our sites and on the sites of Book of Mormon Central, Don’t Miss This, Meridian Magazine, BYU Studies, LDS Living and Messages of Christ, as well as all of the resources available on ChurchofJesusChrist.org. Links are added daily as new content becomes available, so check back often.
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A Video Supplement for Come, Follow Me Lesson 28: "The Word of God Grew and Multiplied" Transcript Acts 10 recounts the story of Cornelius the centurion (a leader of 100 soldiers) who, we are told is (v. 2), " A devout man, and one that feared God with...read more
Abstract: In 1 Nephi 16:13–14, Nephi mentions the name Shazer as a toponym the Lehite clan bestowed on a site in western Arabia "four days" journey south-southeast of the valley of Laman. The Lehites used this site as a base camp for...read more
This is an Interpreter Radio (audio) Roundtable for Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 29, "The Lord Had Called Us for to Preach the Gospel," covering Acts 16-21. Panelists for this roundtable were Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye, Spencer Marsh, Stephen Smoot and...read more
The June 30 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye, Spencer Marsh, Stephen Smoot and Hales Swift. Topics included the 4th of July, the physical nature of God and Philistine DNA. Also featured is a discussion of the upcoming Come, Follow Me lesson #29.read more
This is an Interpreter Radio (audio) Roundtable for Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 28, "The Word of God Grew and Multiplied," covering Acts 10-15. Panelists for this roundtable were Martin Tanner and Kevin Christensen. This roundtable was extracted from the June...read more
The June 30 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Martin Tanner and Kevin Christensen. John W. and Jeannie Welch stop by to talk about Book of Mormon Central as well as their new book on the New Testament parables. Also featured is a discussion of the upcoming Come, Follow Me lesson #28.read more
Review of Michaela Stephens, To Defend Them By Stratagem: Fortify Yourself with Book of Mormon War Tactics (Gilbert, AZ: Lion's Whelp Publications, 2018). 246 pp. $12.99 (paperback). Abstract: Sometimes it is easy to overlook, disregard, or discount the "war...read more
This is an Interpreter Radio (audio) Roundtable for Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 27, “What Wilt Thou Have Me to Do?,” covering Acts 6-9. Panelists for this roundtable were Steve Densley, Craig Foster, Matthew Bowen and Jeff Lindsay. This roundtable was...read more
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