"Teaching with Power" will help you teach or study the scriptures with more impact, relevancy and power. Its primary audience is members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints using the Come, Follow Me manual to teach at home or at church. It supplements but should not replace the manual. My name is Ben Wilcox and I have taught the scriptures in many capacities for 20 years, primarily the youth. I have a BA and MA in English literature which lends to my more literary approach to studying the scriptures.
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Teaching and Study helps for 1-3 John. These insights coincide with the lesson for November 27-December 3 in the Come Follow Me manual. Principles include:3 Sets of Parents, CHOOSE, False Teachers, and more. more
Teaching and Study helps for 1-2 Peter. These insights coincide with the lesson for November 20-November 26 in the Come Follow Me manual. Principles include: Segullah, Silencing our Critics, and Picking the Proper Prophets more
Teaching and Study helps for James. These insights coincide with the lesson for November 13-November 19 in the Come Follow Me manual. Principles include: Reflecting Christ, Doers of the Word, Taming the Tongue, and more. more
I have listened to Matthew 5 podcast 3 times so far. Still hearing something I missed. Really really like your way of teaching and hope it will help me teach seminary.
As a struggling teacher, I am so grateful for your tips and suggestions. Plus I love what I learn about the scriptures from you!
This is a great podcast that has helped me understand the scriptures better. more
I am an early morning seminary teacher and Ben Wilcox’s podcast has come to the rescue time and time again. His ice breakers are a perfect way to get the teens in my class talking and more willing to participate. His insights are wonderful and his love of the scriptures and the Gospel of Jesus Christ comes through in each lesson. Brother Wilcox, thank you for your time and efforts in teaching!
I have listened to several Come Follow Me podcasts, and I like all of them. They are great, but this one is my favorite. I really appreciate Ben Wilcox‘s insights into the scriptures, and the podcast has been very helpful as I teach my family and my Sunday school class.
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Teaching With Power launched 4 years ago and published 193 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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