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Teaching No Greater Call
As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints you have an opportunity to teach the gospel as a parent, son, daughter, sister, brother, or neighbor. To help you with this, the Sunday School general presidency hosts Teaching, No Greater Call. Russell T. Osguthorpe, David M. McConkie, and Matthew O. Richardson talk about how to magnify your calling as a teacher, whether in the Church or in other settings.
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5.0 stars from 9 ratings
Priceless Insight
We are all in positions of teaching somehow or another. This podcast offers priceless insight into teaching within the framework of the gospel. No glittery pedagogy offered, just sound principles of how to disseminate the doctrine and involve those you teach -- and how to do both simultaneously.
Mrslonelyhearts via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/08/13
Great teaching advice
Mostly for Mormons, but great for anyone! Learn the best ways to influence others for good, the Lord's way.
CuResi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/13/12
Teaching No Greater Call
This is wonderful. I've got a lot out of it and would highhly recommend it to all gospel teachers and parents ... Everyone should listen in .. Thank you !
Lizzie..W via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/16/12
Recent Episodes
Learn how counseling together can be used to improve our abilities to learn and teach the gospel. Brother Osguthorpe talks with Karl and Amy White from the Sunday School general board.
Published 08/05/13
Learn how teaching and learning are like counseling together. Brother Osguthorpe will talk with Karl and Amy White from the Sunday School general board.
Published 07/29/13
Lean how the new youth curriculum is being implemented. Brother Russell T. Osguthorpe speaks with Brother David L. Beck and Sister Elaine S. Dalton about some tips on using the curriculum. They share how it's helping the youth better learn the doctrine.
Published 05/27/13
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