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While we are entering the third year of implementation of the “Come, Follow Me” online curriculum, it doesn’t mean Sundays in 2015 will be business as usual.
Here, we offer a holiday gift of hope to those parents who can only imagine coal in the stocking of their tough-to-live-with progeny.
Evidence of effective implementation of "Come, Follow Me" can be found when every Sunday becomes a testimony meeting in your classroom where teenagers not only learn but act and share as well.
The McPherson family of Stevensville, Montana, plants five acres of potatoes on their family farm to be given away to food banks, church groups and families across the state. They hope their produce feeds both ...
Patriotism surged for me and my daughters after a visit to a South Salt Lake apartment complex where refugees arrive regularly.
In a Mormon Channel conversation, President Russell Osguthorpe, Brad Wilcox and Stacie Duce discuss solutions to several "Come, Follow Me" misconceptions.
A recent study commissioned and released by the American Bible Society groups Mormons in the same category as agnostics when studying the results. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The faith-promoting stories shared in general conference help conversations in youth Sunday School be interesting and inspiring for six months to come.
As we venture into the second year of "Come, Follow Me," teachers may discover that the monthly-themed lessons were so memorable last year that a little creativity will keep Sunday School fresh.
Because of the "Come, Follow Me" curriculum, every Sunday School lesson for youths in every church classroom across the world will be one-of-a-kind.