- Front Matter
- The Divine Nature and Destiny of Women
- "Judge Not, That Ye Be Not Judged": An Approach to Teaching Matthew 7
- The Sermon on the Mount in the Light of the Temple
- The Merits, Mercy, and Grace of Jesus Christ
- The Jerusalem Conference: The First Council of the Christian Church
- Quiet Slumber: Revelation through Dreams
- Every Experience Can Become a Redemptive Experience
- Helping Students Act as a Result of Classroom Lessons
- The Myth of Coverage
- Icebergs, Point Guards, Waves, and Softballs: The Power of Good Questions and Discussions
- Becoming Master Teachers
- A Seeker's Guide to the Historical Accounts of Joseph Smith's First Vision
Discover how to ask students questions that stimulate thought, and increase the probability that important lessons will we learned and internalized.
Through a training regimen of calling upon our Savior's merits, taking advantage of his mercy, and seeking his enabling grace, we find we are equal to the challenges before us and that Christ mighty to save.
"Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ all experiences can be consecrated for our gain."
Allan D. Rau