Really it’s pretty simple. The object and design of the Book of Mormon is to teach us about Christ. The whole book points us to and focuses on Jesus Christ and His Atonement. Once we gain that knowledge, what are we going to do with it? Change for the better to align ourselves with Christ?Continue reading
Before I continue with this observation I need to point out that I am not a teacher by trade only by calling. I have no formal training only a few thoughts on the subject. I claim no authority or expertise only opinion. Here on some ideas I have thought about concerning teaching as Jesus taught. Continue reading
There is an acronym used by writers as a reminder to improve writing. It is pretty well known, even Judge Judy quoted it. It is KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. Since it also works well with the gospel and teaching doctrine I have modified it to Keep It Simple Saint. Or if I’m teaching Relief Society Keep It Simple Sister. Continue reading
A quote attributed to Galileo goes like this, “You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself.” We only learn what we are receptive to learning. Basically, we learn what we want to learn. Continue reading
by Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Keep it simple, Saint. Okay, I’ve modified the well-known acronym to make it less offensive but the message is the same. Simplicity is usually best. Don’t make things complicated. Quit creating mountains when a molehill will work.