Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast
Author: Hank Smith & John BythewaySubscribed: 10,610Played: 951,187
Do you ever feel that preparing for your weekly Come, Follow Me lesson falls short? Join hosts Hank Smith and John Bytheway as they interview experts to make your study for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Come, Follow Me course not only enjoyable but original and educational. If you are looking for resources to make your LDS study fresh, faithful, and fun--no matter your age--then join us every Wednesday morning. Show notes: https://followhim.co YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannel Instagram: Instagram.com/followhimpodcast Facebook: Facebook.com/followhimpodcast
The followHIM Podcast is not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The opinions expressed on episodes represent the views of the guest and podcasters alone.
Luke 22; John 18 Part 1 • Dr. Daniel Belnap • June 12 - June 18
John 14-17 Part 2 • Robert Eaton • June 5 - June 11
John 14-17 Part 1 • Robert Eaton • June 5 - June 11
JS-Matt 1: Matt 24-25; Mark 12-13; Luke 21 Part 2 • Dr. Avram Shannon • May 22 - May 28
JS-Matt 1: Matt 24-25; Mark 12-13; Luke 21 Part 1 • Dr. Avram Shannon • May 22 - May 28
Who is Zacchaeus? • follow HIM Favorites • May 15 - May 21
Matthew 21-23; Mark 11; Luke 19-20; John 12 Part 2 • Dr. Keith Wilson • May 15 - May 21
Matthew 21-23; Mark 11; Luke 19-20; John 12 Part 1 • Dr. Keith Wilson • May 15 - May 21
Matthew 19-20; Mark 10; Luke 18 Part 2 • Dr. Matt Townsend • May 8 - May 14
Luke 12-17; John 11 Part 2 • Dr. S. Michael Wilcox • May 1 - May 7
Luke 12-17; John 11 Part 1 • Dr. S. Michael Wilcox • May 1 - May 7
What can we learn from the man born blind? • follow HIM Favorites • Apr. 24 - Apr. 30
Loved this episode! Favorite parts: -How do I gain a testimony -Who/What are you converted to?
48 min, mercy
Thank you for this. Josh, you spoke to my soul. I've been retired with some mental health struggles since 2018 and the toll they take... the struggle is real. Thank you for giving hope. It's hard to hear, to see, in the depths of darkness that fill my days; but this, was a light. Thank you.
I appreciated this perspective from one of the hosts about repentance: "more about seeing your value - your infinite worth - and making choices to match that value."
Love your podcasts. I assume someone has told you that your file is corrupted. It repeats from the beginning 3 or 4 times at about 7 minute intervals. Then it finally finishes out.
I have loved lately to this week's podcast! Thank you for bringing such amazing guests on to your show to help me learn in new ways. Interestingly, one of the things that stuck out to me the most in this week's scriptures actually related to something that was said in last week's podcast. Being a fast thinker vs. a slow thinker stuck with me all last week and as I read Matthew's account of the angel's visit to Joseph, the thing that stuck out to me most was that Joseph took the time to ponder on what he was going to do about Mary. He was a slow thinker. He didn't let his anger or embarrassment or pride get in the way of taking the time to think it through. Such a great example of being a slow thinker.
Yeah, it's amazing how so many shows focus on kids but disregard the parents. Some of my favorite modern exceptions are DuckTales 2017 and Amphibia, where the parents are not only respected by the kids, but actively in the plot and involved in the stakes. You can't have the show without the McDuck adults or Hop Pop- it just doesn't work.
WOW! I'm not even half way through this episode and there have been so many tips on studying the book of Isaiah that I want to work on.
I came back to this podcast, even though I had listened to others on the Psalms and felt well versed. I was feeling the need to feel the need to draw nearer to my Savior. I was deeply moved by Brither McLean, his music, his story. I so relate to the story of the man who was wowed by being touched by his imperfectly sung songs. you just never know when the Spirit can reach into a hard heart, or even just a world-weary one. Thank you all for accompanying me through my mindless chores, teaching me, Tell Michael McLean it occurred to me that his suffering hasn't just been for his refinement, but has served to lift and bless others through the things he's felt...truly an instrument in the Lord hands.
I don't know if you'll see this, and maybe I'm missing the moments you do this, but yesterday I was thinking how it's important to identify things that represent a type of Christ as we study the old testament. I want to find as much of that as possible since OT feels different than B of M and NT.
thank you for this conversation as a woman my whole life I have been blamed for men's decisions and thoughts of my body
Woooow!! ❤️❤️ Love this episode 😁😁☺️☺️ thanks Brothers! This is like cold water on a hot day, #cool #refreshing
I've really been enjoying this podcast. I started listening to this a few months ago and was so impressed with the guests and insights that, after I listen to the new weekly ones, I scroll all the way back and listen to the Doctrine and Covenants episodes. I can't get enough.
Missing episodes 🙁 Can I find this podcast elsewhere on an app?
Same as last message. No episode 1 for this week .
please help castbox get episodes right. last week there wasn't an episode 2 and this week there is not an episode 1. love the show but I have to go to youtube to find the content.
Yep! We can be adopted into the family if we're not of the family already.
can i get those new words to the song?
love your podcast!
Thank you so much for this podcast. I find it extensive helpful in preparing the lessons for my youth Sunday school class. This episode was a wonderful explanation of Abraham's MTC and why it was necessary, also, our relationship to God and eternal profession.