Weekly Study Helps


Welcome to my blog. For my other “Come, Follow Me” resources for 2019 click here

Why create a weekly study help?
Some people open the “Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families” and feel overwhelmed not knowing where to start. The weekly study helps were created to keep it simple – the church doesn’t want to complicate things, they want you to have “more meaningful experiences” as you live, learn and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Is it free?
Yes. The Weekly Study Helps are free. However, If you would like to have the Weekly Study Help emailed straight to your email inbox, then purchase my 2019 subscription via Etsy here Priced at about $12.

Why does the weekly study help cover six days?
The whole idea of the “Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families” is flexibility. Sister Brock preferred a little bit every day rather than an hour long study and discussion on a Sunday afternoon or evening. We decided Monday through to Saturday would work best for us. You can use the study help as you need, it depends on your circumstances and family requirements. You may not get through everything, and that’s ok. Additional music, videos and talks are added for your convenience or to spark ideas. There really is no right or wrong way of approaching it.

If the Weekly Study Help has helped you, please leave a comment below.

We Are Responsible for Our Own Learning (December 31–January 6)
“Be It unto Me according to Thy Word” (January 7-13)
We Have Come to Worship Him (January 14-20)
We Have Found the Messiah (January 21-27)

“Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord” (January 28-February 3)
“The Spirit of the Lord Is upon Me” (February 4-10)
“Ye Must Be Born Again” (February 11-17)
“Blessed Are Ye” (February 18-24)
“He Taught Them as One Having Authority” (February 25-March 3)
“Thy Faith Hath Made Thee Whole” (March 4-10)
“These Twelve Jesus Sent Forth” (March 11-17)
“Who Hath Ears to Hear, Let Him Hear” (March 18-24)
“Be Not Afraid” (March 25-31)
“Thou Art the Christ” (April 1-14)
“O Grave, Where Is Thy Victory?” (April 15-21)
“What Shall I Do to Inherit Eternal Life?” (April 22-28)
“I Am the Good Shepherd” (April 29-May 5)
“Rejoice with Me; for I Have Found My Sheep Which Was Lost” (May 6-12)
“What Lack I Yet?” (May 13-19)
“Behold, Thy King Cometh” (May 20-26)
“The Son of Man Shall Come” (May 27-June 2)
“Continue Ye in My Love” (June 3-9)
“Not as I Will, but as Thou Wilt” (June 10-16)
“It Is Finished” (June 17-23)
“He Is Risen” (June 24-30)
“Ye Shall Be Witnesses unto Me” (July 1-7)
“What Wilt Thou Have Me to Do?” (July 8-14)
“The Word of God Grew and Multiplied” (July 15-21)
“The Lord Had Called Us for to Preach the Gospel” (July 22-28)

“A Minister and a Witness” (July 29-August 4)
“The Power of God unto Salvation” (August 5-11)
“Overcome Evil with Good” (August 12-18)
“Be Perfectly Joined Together” (August 19-25)
“Ye Are the Body of Christ” (August 26-September 1)
“God Is Not the Author of Confusion, but of Peace (September 2-8)
“Be Ye Reconciled to God” (September 9-15)
“God Loveth a Cheerful Giver” (September 16-22)
“Walk in the Spirit” (September 23-29)

“For the Perfecting of the Saints” (September 30-October 13)
“I Can Do All Things through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me” (October 14-20)
“Be Not Soon Shaken in Mind, or Be Troubled” (October 21-27)

“Be Thou an Example of the Believers” (October 28-November 3)
Jesus Christ, “the Author of Eternal Salvation” (November 4-10)
“An High Priest of Good Things to Come” (November 11-17)
“Be Ye Doers of the Word, and Not Hearers Only” (November 18-24)

“Rejoice with Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory” (November 25-December 1)
“God Is Love” (December 2-8)
“Glory, and Power, Be unto … the Lamb for Ever” (December 9-15)
“Good Tidings of Great Joy” (December 16-22)
“He That Overcometh Shall Inherit All Things (December 23-29)


7 thoughts on “Weekly Study Helps

  1. Kuldip Flynn 3 Jan 2019 — 7:20 am

    This is a great idea. Thank you!


  2. Very inviting format – do-able for almost any circumstances, especially for busy folks! I like the questions that invite pondering and introspection – things to think on throughout each day. Thank you so very much for your knowledge and dedication to sharing the gospel.


  3. I’ve looked at so many handouts and study guides searching for this exact thing! Thank you so much for sharing this!


  4. Becky Lynn Williams 5 Jan 2019 — 2:18 am

    This handout by far is what I’ve been looking for! I’m looking forward to doing this each week!!!!! Thank you Brother Brock!


  5. Claudia Henderson Smith 5 Jan 2019 — 4:12 pm

    This is great and something I was thinking of doing myself. When will Week 2 be available? I’m sure yours is better than mine would have been.


    1. Hi Claudia, They will be posted online here on Sunday afternoon/Monday morning depending where in the world you are. I would encourage you to purchase my Etsy subscription so then the weekly handout will arrive into your email inbox. Also the subscription is a way to show your appreciation as a ‘thank you’ for me taking the time to create them. My Etsy store is http://www.brotherbrock.etsy.com


  6. Thanks so much for the insightful information


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