Free Come Follow Me worksheets

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“Put forth your ability to learn as fast as you can, and gather all the strength of mind and principle of faith you possibly can, and then distribute your knowledge to the people.” – Brigham Young (Teachings: Brigham Young, 194)

2019 gives us a fresh opportunity to learn more about Christ and His word – and to distribute our knowledge amongst our families.

With that in mind, I’m sharing some worksheets I’ll be using within my family as we dive into the new study guide for the New Testament, entitled Come Follow Me – For Individuals and Families.

How we’ll use these worksheets:
Each week’s worksheet (links are below) comes divided into fourths, and each family member will cut them out and paste them into their spiritual study notebooks/journals. Each week’s sheet includes one scripture to ponderize, and ways to solidify and apply the Gospel principle of the lesson. Plus, I left the sheets black and white this month, so kiddos (and adults) can color them in as we talk and ponder.

I know that I’ll re-strategize and try new things throughout the year, so I’m not committing to providing these all year long –but I’m trying it for January. If people love it (my family, you and your family), then I’ll create more for February.

If you utilize the worksheets, please let me know what works and what you’d like to see different! And, I’d love to know how you’re implementing the new study guide within your home!! We can all learn from and help each other!

Download by clicking here:

Jan 7-13_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe 

Jan 14-20_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe  

Jan 21-27_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe  

Jan 28-Feb 2_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe

Feb 4-10_Come Follow Me worksheets Poe

Feb 11-17_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe

Feb 18-24_Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe

Feb 25-March 3 Come Follow Me worksheets Poe

March 4-10 Come Follow Me worksheets_Poe

Happy New Year! And happy learning!

“When all is said and done, we are all students. If the day ever comes when we quit learning, look out. We will just atrophy and die. We all can learn and learn well.”  – Gordon B. Hinckley (Teachings of Gordon B. Hinckley, 300)

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  • Sharon

    I just found your worksheets and they are EXACTLY what I have been looking for! I would love to see you have more throughout the year! Maybe I could even try a few of my own based on your pattern and share with you 🙂 Thank you so much!

    • Camille Duckworth

      Same! I LOVE this format and am willing to help put together a week or two when you know you might have too much going on, based on your patterns or suggestions you have.

  • Camille

    Did you end up making these for February? We have been liking these so I’d love the febraury ones if you made them!

    • JesPoe

      I’m in the process and will update as we go. The first week for Feb is now up! I’m glad they’re helpful to you!

      • Camille

        thank you!

  • Rebecca Casper

    Thank you for these! I like to keep things simple, and keeping to only reading and discussing was working, but the past week was less than ideal, with my oldest not even paying attention in order to answer simple questions. I have been searching for something to keep him more engaged and active in learning, and I am so happy I found these!

    • JesPoe

      Oh I hope these help, Rebecca. I feel like we’ll need to re-strategize frequently throughout the year … and that’s a good thing! It keeps us on our toes and actively engaged in the teaching AND learning process. Good luck!

  • Glenda

    Hello! 🙂
    I just found this today and love it so much. I notice the worksheets end at March 10. Do you also have worksheets for after that? Thank you for blessing others with your talents!

  • Lauren

    Do you have any current worksheets? I’ve been looking for something like this for my sunday school class!

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