Gospel Teaching

    It is vital that the youth of today have a solid understanding of the gospel and a firm testimony of our Saviour Jesus Christ.
    It is our hope that these videos will lead to increased study and understanding of the teachings of the Book of Mormon.” (First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
    “I’m bursting with joy because I can do something that I like.” (Fernanda, a 10-year-old girl from Curitiba, Brazil)
    Come, Follow Me is restoring responsibility to us in our own homes. In brief, through daily study sessions begun with prayer, we read and learn together—teaching and testifying to one another.
    Early in the week that I teach Primary, I send a text to parents about a principle I will be focusing on.
    All leaders and teachers of children or youth are to complete this training within one month of being called.
    President Russell M. Nelson said it would take time for families to figure out how to use ‘Come, Follow Me,’ and we’ve seen that.” (Brian K. Ashton)
    “To see [the Book of Mormon] come to life is awesome, and I think people all over the world are going to respond to that.” (Adam Anderegg)
    The Church has prepared new manuals for individuals and families, for Sunday School, and for Primary.
    President M. Russell Ballard said gospel invitations — especially invitations to be baptized — should be Spirit-led.
    While discussion is one essential teaching method (see Doctrine and Covenants 88:122), the terms facilitator, moderator or discussion leader do not appropriately describe the complete role of a Christlike teacher.
    During April 2019, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites “all to come unto Christ” (Doctrine and Covenants 20:59) by listening to the Lord’s servants at general conference.