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11 AWESOME Come Follow Me Podcasts, Channels & Resources

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There are SO many Come Follow Me podcasts out there to choose from! It can be hard to search for them, go through them all and eventually find one you like. SO, let us give you a few ideas of places to start! 

Read through this list of Come Follow Me resources and see if any of these ideas might be a good fit for your personal scripture study. 

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Come Follow Me Podcasts Everyone Is Raving About

1. Meridian Magazine 

This one is a very popular podcast. It’s on Stitcher, and it’s free! I believe it’s on a few other platforms as well, but I’ve only personally listened to it on Stitcher. Each episode is about 30 minutes long. The couple that does it is enjoyable to listen to. They upload a new episode each week, but you can always go back and listen to prior episodes as well.

2. The Scripture Study Project

This podcast is on PodBean, which is another free platform. These episodes are also 30 minutes long and it’s also done by a couple! So it’s very similar to Meridian Magazine. Try listening to an episode of both and decide your personal preference! 

3. Unshaken Saints

This Come Follow Me podcast is also on PodBean, so it’s free! It’s made by a man named Jared Halverson, who says he has spent his life studying and teaching the scriptures. Most of his episodes are fairly long, as he goes pretty deep into the scriptures and is very thorough in his teaching. 

He talks about why he calls his podcast “Unshaken” and I love his explanation. In short, his goal is to help you have such great knowledge and understanding, that your faith is unshakable. And I just love that! This is a great podcast for someone looking to really learn and grow their knowledge of the scriptures! 

4. Go & Do Podcast: A Come Follow Me Study Group

This is a really interesting podcast, because you feel like you’re in a study group. You get to hear multiple people’s ideas and thoughts on each week’s Come Follow Me section. 

This is especially nice for those people who don’t have people around them that they can sit and discuss their scripture reading with. Which is probably a lot of us! 

5. The Savior Said: A Come Follow Me Podcast:

This podcast is also on Stitcher, so it’s free. The episodes are anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour long. This podcast is fun because the woman who does it is actually fun to listen to. You can hear her personality really shine through when she talks and it makes it a lot more enjoyable to listen to! 

6. Sunday on Monday

This podcast is highly recommended! It is a paid podcast, which is a bit of a bummer. BUT, it’s through Deseret Book’s Bookshelf Plus app – which is super cool! It’s a monthly subscription ($6.99) that gives you access to almost every LDS book ever written, both an ebook version as well as an audiobook. And you have access to podcasts!

Check out Deseret Book’s Bookshelf Plus HERE and get a 30-day free trial! 

Come Follow Me On Youtube

Youtube is a great place to watch Come Follow Me teachings and breakdowns. For one, it’s always free. And two, it’s a video, so you usually get more out of it, there’s things to see, it’s easier to rewind, pause, take notes, etc. Yay for Youtube! 

7. Don’t Miss This

This youtube channel is one of my favorite Come Follow Me resources. I really enjoy these two teachers. They are fun to watch, and they clearly have a passion for teaching the gospel. I watched a lot of their New Testament Come Follow Me teachings and it was great, so I’m excited to continue watching them for this upcoming year’s lessons. 

Don’t forget to check out our New Testament Activities for Kids to go with your families Come Follow me study!

8. 29th Floor Sunday School

This is another great youtube channel. The guy that does these videos is really insightful, I love how he talks about what he imagines everyone in the scriptures was thinking, and what life must have been like for them. It helps put things in perspective. 

9. Teaching With Power

This channel is awesome. They have just under 30,000 subscribers! It’s great for anyone looking to do some personal study, as well as gospel study teachers looking for insight and ideas. 

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Other Come Follow Me Resources

10. Book of Mormon Central- Come Follow Me

This website is a cool FREE Come Follow Me resource! It was created by a few different Book of Mormon scholars. It offers videos, daily scripture reading ideas and plans, quotes for each day, all of which tie into the weekly Come Follow Me lesson. They clearly put a lot of work into this resource! 

11.Check out this list of 100+ Come Follow Me Resources including books, podcasts, music, websites, Facebook groups, etc. 

Did any of these Come Follow Me podcasts or resources stand out to you?

Let us know in the comments if there are any you’re going to listen to, or if there are any you currently enjoy that we should check out! Thanks for reading! 

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6 thoughts on “11 AWESOME Come Follow Me Podcasts, Channels & Resources”

  1. Super cool! Don’t forget D&C central, and Follow Him by John Bytheway and Hank Smith (just came out this year) one minute scripture study and CFM for us are good as well. ?

  2. I absolutely love Talking Scriptures with Bryce & Mike. They are institute teachers at the university level, and extremely well read with high level learning and teaching!!!

  3. And another great one is Scripture Gems by the Fulmer brothers! It is the best for actually reading selected verses from the assignment for the week, and having them explained by two men who love the scriptures! Through the week we usually listen to Don’t Miss This, Scripture Gems, Talking Scripture, Follow Him, and Book of Mormon Central. Now I have more to add to the list! Thank you!

  4. I can’t believe you aren’t recommending FollowHim with John Bytheway and Hank Smith. I love Don’t Miss This – but I do not like that they are always trying to sell stuff.

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