Addressing 'Come, Follow Me' Misconceptions

by | Jun. 30, 2014

Makes You Think

Shortly before his release as general Sunday School president, Brother Russell Osguthorpe invited me and educator Brad Wilcox to join him in a Mormon Channel conversation about “Come, Follow Me.”

For those looking to revitalize or reintroduce themselves to the new curriculum for youth inaugurated last year, I encourage you to search through the 35-plus audio episodes of “Teaching, No Greater Call” (www.mormonchannel.org/teaching-no-greater-call) for inspiration and great training.

During the first episode of our unscripted conversation that aired for the first time recently, the three of us gravitated toward addressing a few misconceptions about the new teaching style and content.

Misconception No. 1: “I really like ‘Come, Follow Me’ because you don’t have to do anything anymore. You just turn the teaching over to the youth now.”

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