- On the Learning Resources page, there is a link in the middle of the page, “Start Teaching,” where you can click Aaronic Priesthood, Young Women or Sunday School.
- Once you select AP, YW or SS, you will see a list of months in the left column. For example, January’s lessons are about “The Godhead.”
- If you click January, then you see a page of information about the topic “The Godhead” and the lessons are links in the center of the page.
- When you click each lesson title, you will see a page of resources for teaching a lesson.
"New Year's: Look Not Behind Thee"
Using the story of Lot's wife, these people look at how faith in Jesus Christ gives us strength to leave the past behind and look ahead to a brighter future.
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