On Come Follow Up, host Ben Lomu and special guests take a deeper dive into concepts and doctrines from the Old Testament that correlate with the weekly Come, Follow Me resource. These discussions correlate with the weekly Come, Follow Me resource from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. With participation from the live studio audience and engagement via social media for viewers at home, Come Follow Up complements your personal and family scripture study.
Feb. 6-12 | John 2-4
Come, Follow Me | February 6-12 | John 2-4 | “Ye Must Be Born Again” | Guests Jennifer Lane, Neal A. Maxwell Research Associate at the BYU Maxwell Institute, and leadership coach speaker Kevin Jones Giddins.
Jan. 30-Feb. 5 | Matthew 4; Luke 4-5
Come, Follow Me | January 30–February 5 | Matthew 4; Luke 4-5 | “The Spirit of the Lord Is upon Me” | Guests Tyler Griffin, Associate Dean, BYU Religious Education, and Terryl Givens, author and Neal A. Maxwell Senior Fellow at BYU.
Jan. 23–29 | Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3
Come, Follow Me | January 23–29 | Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3 | “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord” | Guests Camille Fronk Olson, Professor Emeritus of Ancient Scripture at BYU, and actor/author Bruce Newbold.
Jan. 16-22 | John 1
Come, Follow Me | January 16–22 | John 1 | “We Have Found the Messiah” | Guests Camille Fronk Olson, Professor Emeritus of Ancient Scripture at BYU, and Aaron D. Franklin, author and professor at Duke University.
Jan. 9-15 | Matthew 2; Luke 2
Come, Follow Me | January 9–15 | Matthew 2; Luke 2 | “We Have Come to Worship Him” | Guests Dan Belnap, Professor of Ancient Scripture at BYU, and Tyler & Stephanie McKellar, authors of the Family Readers series.
Dec. 26-Jan. 1
Come, Follow Me | December 26-January 1 | “We Are Responsible for Our Own Learning | Guests Scott Esplin, Dean of Religious Education at BYU, and Matt Grow of the History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
CES Letter Response Episode Please :)
I am waiting for an authoritative response to the CES letter, this would make a great episode
Best Come Follow Me Show
This podcast and television show is hands down the best companion to my Come Follow Me study available. My family watches the BYUtv broadcast while I’m attending Sunday leadership meetings and I catch the episodes in podcast format. Either way, the content and perspectives are Christ centered and help unify all to the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. It also is a great model for leading discussion based lessons for Sunday School lessons.
Posted too late!
The podcast includes great insights, but it is posted too late! We have moved on to the next reading block.