Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families
Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families

Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families

You are invited to use Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families to help you and your family in your personal scripture study, family scripture study, and family home evenings. Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families will focus on the same scripture passages that you will learn about in your Sunday classes.

The purpose of this resource is to help you:

  • Increase the frequency and improve the quality of your efforts—as an individual and as a family—to live, learn, and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Deepen your doctrinal understanding of the scriptures.

  • Enhance your experience learning the gospel at church.


Church leaders encourage all to participate on the Sabbath day—and throughout the week—in gospel study, family councils, home evening, family history and temple work, ministering, personal worship, and joyful family time.
Gospel study at home deepens conversion to Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus Christ and strengthens our families. A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families, is the suggested course of gospel study at home. This rich resource provides a variety of study options for individual and family adaptation and aligns Sunday School and Primary curriculum with home study.
Individuals and families, however, seek inspiration as they choose to study what will best meet their needs. They prayerfully consider options such as the Book of Mormon and other standard works, general conference messages, Church magazines, information available on, and other materials suggested by general or local leaders. There is no expectation that members will study all, or even most, of these resources at any one time.

You can see this info at this LINK


So here are my thoughts, I would love to here yours 🙂

Home study - not another family home evening
  • We are building a foundation for future, for our children and their children. It might seem strange now, but we don’t know what the future holds and what our kids and their will need - investing in the future
  • Study around the table, when my kids where home and growing up, every Sunday at the dinner table we each went around and asked what everyone learned at church or something that inspired them (it could have been from a talk in Sacrament meeting, or something they learned in their classes)
    • Ask what they learned
    • This time can allow our kids to ask questions about something they heard, or didn't understand at church. Some times kids don't want to ask the questions in class.


Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families: New Testament 2019 - ideas from The Idea Door

Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families: New Testament 2019- Links to LDS.ORG