My kindness shall not depart from thee. God is there for us. The covenant of His Peace shall not be removed.
We see the impact of the Book of Mormon. God is always expanding his reach of who is included in the circle of God's covenant.
Finding a place in this world when we have God in our lives.
We see the power of prayer. What happens when we act on our prayer and how the Savior blesses us when we pray.
Worship, pray, and love others is the challenge we receive from the Savior.
The Savior heals and blesses and lifts others, setting the example for us.
The Gentiles and the House of Israel explained...sort of!
The end of the law of Moses and a misunderstanding about sheep.
How does the Savior feel about us judging others? And we sing a primary song!
What if we do the right thing for the wrong reason? We try to understand in 3 Nephi 13.
Do this not that. It's your heart and how you treat others.
Christ visits America and teaches his doctrine of peace and redemption.
God will gather us and he is constantly calling to us. How do we respond?
Finally, a glimmer of light as Christ teaches us about His role in our lives.
This is a sad and difficult chapter. Ever had a day like that in your life? This podcast will talk about it.
The downward rollercoaster just gets worse! And we see the impact of separation...this is not God's way.
The Nephites go on a roller coaster ride, but just the downhill part!
Mormon writes in for a visit and gives us something great to think about.
The Nephites are under siege! What they did that we can do too when we face our own challenges.
How we respond to challenges, the 4 steps this Nephite leader took to protect his people from the biggest challenge of their lives.
We talk about the battle we all must fight and how to maintain our appreciation of God's gifts.
A lesson in God's timing, sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn't.
How people responded to the word of God in Samuel's day and how they respond now...is it that different?
The Nephites are reminded by Samuel the Lamanite about the past and the present to see which one is more important.