A weekly podcast that correlates with the new Come Follow Me manual of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I bet we will laugh a lot and cry a little and learn a lot and grow so much as we dive into the New Testament this year. I think Heavenly Father just whispered to all of us, "Come follow my Son this year. It's going to be so great!" And then he handed us this gift. Let's not take Come Follow Me for granted. Let's get out of it all that we can. I don't know a lot about much, but I do know that I love my Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and the scriptures so much and hope that I can pass a little of that love on to you. It really is the best feeling in the world.
This episode correlates with the week of January 14-20 in the Come Follow Me manual. “We have come to worship him.” I talk more in-depth about the Christmas Story and the Nativity from Luke 2 and Matthew 2. I talk about all the different people who took part in that miraculous event and share a little tidbit I learned about swaddling clothes. I discuss different ways that different people feel the spirit and then talk a little about how to help protect our families.
This podcast correlates with Lesson 2 in the Come Follow Me manual. In this podcast, I talk about what to do while we are waiting for the Lord to answer our prayers. I interview my beautiful friend Dawn about her current situation with her son who had a brain tumor removed last May and how her family has been dealing with that situation. I also talk about Mary and Joseph and share a quick story from my family history
This episode covers the first lesson in the new Come Follow Me manual of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I'm no expert, just a girl who really loves my Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and the scriptures. This episode talks about conversion, the importance of being doers of the word and not hearers only, humility, forgiveness, dead deer, bribing children with candy and much more.
*this is NOT an official publication from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.