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Weekly Deep Dive

The Weekly Deep Dive is hosted by Jason Lloyd and Nate Pyfer and focuses on the Come Follow Me discussions from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Jason and Nate strive to bring a unique perspective to the discussion and talking points that are not traditionally part of the material to supplement the various discussions throughout the year. The views presented in the podcast are not endorsed nor sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 

D&C 71 - 75

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In this weeks deep dive of D&C 71 - 75, Jason and 'Titanium' Nate take us on a tour of late 1831 and early 1832. First, Ezra Booth writes a series of letters that culminates in one of the darkest moments for the prophet in church history. Because of these letters, the early church struggles to find traction in wake of the opposition. Also, God commands Joseph and Sidney to set aside the translation and work to contain the damage. There are a few gems in these commandments. One of which is, the principle of accountability. The idea that returning and reporting is not just for time but also eternity. Jason and Nate explore time as a talent in the parable of talents. The nugget of knowledge is power is also in these revelations.

D&C 67 - 70

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Nate returns for this week's journey through D&C 67 - 70. In D&C 67, the Lord offers an interesting challenge for those still not convinced that the revelations given were Gods words. Write your own revelation and see if you can do better. As we explore these events, we take a closer look into the life of William E. McLellin. Next, we dive into a privilege and a promise given to those called into God's work. We explore what it means to speak while moved upon by the spirit. And finally, we finish this episode with a dive into the responsibility of parenting. Is 8 too young or too old for baptism?

D&C 64 - 66

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In this episode, Jason takes us through D&C 64 - 66. The meat of the episode focuses upfront on what it means to overcome the world. Sometimes faith requires belief in the absurd. Abraham believed he would still have Isaac after sacrificing him. Nephi believed he could build a boat and cross a sea. Many times, faith will alienate us from everyone around us. The angel Gabriel didn't tell the world Mary would be carrying God's child, but only Mary who kept it to herself. Not being understood and overcoming trials as individuals is an essential part of living and part of God's plan for us to overcome the world. This episode also talks about a foundation built on Christ and not a false idea of perfect leaders. It is important to not hold sins against others.

D&C 63

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This episode dives into D&C 63. Nate introduces this episode with an interesting version of "Give Said the Little Stream," as a tribute to primary. Jason takes a quick detour to go back to D&C 61 and examine the land cursed by God in the beginning and blessed by God in the end. He also explores God cursing the waters in the last days. Transitioning into D&C 63 this episode covers signs. Jason examines when they are appropriate as defined in D&C 63. Jason brings up stories about signs sought for and given throughout scripture to provide context for the discussion. Finally, this episode wraps up by an interesting discussion on what it means to take the Lord's name in vain.

D&C 60 - 62

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D&C 60 - 62 opens with a reference to the parable of the talents and who better to take us on a guided tour of this parable than Nate!

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Learning that’s worth the journey

It makes sense for many schools and online learning platforms to devote their time and resources into those core courses and curriculum that are in most demand. As a result, this strategy gives them the biggest bang for their dollar and ensures a steady stream of traffic. However, Add On Education is different, and the best way to describe it is like a journey. We most importantly seek to add on to core learning additional courses, insights and perspective not found anywhere else. As such, we feel like it's like a journey to unique discoveries. To sum up, we feel what we have to offer is learning that's worth the journey.

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