- Editor's Note
- Truth and Tolerance
- The Church Educational System: A Conversation with Roger G. Christensen
- "Look! And I Looked": Lessons in Learning and Teaching from Nephi's Vision
- Helping Our Students Become Spiritually Self-Reliant
- Nephi: An Ideal Teacher of Less-Than-Ideal Students
- Preparing Students to Receive Revelation: Insights from the Book of Mormon
- Attributes and Approaches of Effective Gospel Teachers
- Faith as a Holy Embrace
- Uniting Faith and History
- Joseph Smith and the Spirit of Optimism
- James E. Talmage and the Doctrine of the Godhead
- "I've Lived My Dream!" A Conversation with Arnold K. Garr
The existence and nature of truth is one of the fundamental questions of mortal life. Jesus told the Roman governor Pilate that He came into the world to “bear witness unto the truth.”
“I noticed that he has a sincere compassion for his students, that he knows them and loves them, and he cannot help himself. And the less they deserve his love, the more of it there seems to be sponsored within him.
Enthusiasm is an important attribute for an effective gospel teacher. Many of us have experienced the boost that comes from an enthusiastic teacher. When we see someone with energy, we ask whether we are placing sufficient importance on the subject.