“Seeking Jesus” is a free course focused on helping you learn all you can about Christ from the scriptures and other sources, such as modern prophets, music, artwork, movies, and modern scholarship.

President Nelson recently promised, “If you proceed to learn all you can about Jesus Christ, I promise you that your love for Him, and for God’s laws,  will grow beyond what you currently imagine.” This course is designed to provide an avenue for you to study the Savior and give you ideas of how to learn more about Jesus.

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Each Class Includes:

• Optional pre-class readings to help you prepare for the video
• Handouts and Printables
• Quiz questions to check your understanding

• A class video (or podcast), along with guided study questions
• Additional resources to extend your learning beyond the course
• The class PowerPoint

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Many people deserve credit for their help in the creation of this course. I list several people here, knowing that I will unintentionally leave out many people, for which I apologize.

The team at Book of Mormon Central: Making videos is an expensive and time-consuming process. Many individuals at Book of Mormon Central helped in various ways on this project. Specifically, I acknowledge the efforts of Zander Sturgill, Elder Lisonbee, Elder Brown, Lynne and Dow Wilson, Kirk Magleby, Taylor Halvorsen, Daniel Smith, Avery Kirk, Jasmin Gimenez, and others on the video editing team.

Colleagues: In my first year of teaching seminary fulltime (2000) I taught the New Testament. That year and ever since, generous colleagues have given me suggestions to improve my teaching. Among many colleagues who influenced this course, I want to first recognize Matt Grey. I’ve taught with Matt at several sites throughout the Holy Land, and we’ve spent scores of hours talking about seeking Jesus. I’ve also sat in on numerous classes he has taught and used his approaches and insights several times in this course. I also sat in on a semester long course taught by Mark Ellison that provided many insights into improving the way I teach others about Jesus Christ.

When I first began teaching at BYU, Frank Judd generously shared his PowerPoint presentations with me. Although I’ve revised the way I teach the Old and New Testaments several times, Frank’s insights are still present in many of my approaches. I was involved in a project with Josh Sears, Gaye Strathearn, Hank Smith, Matt Grey and Lincoln Blumell–things I learned from these colleagues significantly influenced this course. Kerry Muhlestein’s article “A Savior with a Sword” inspired the class on that topic. The idea of making these videos into a course was inspired by conversations with Anthony Sweat, and his example in “The Ongoing Restoration” video series. Insights from several other colleagues shaped the way I prepared these videos.

Others Who Have Helped: Several family members have provided feedback on this course, notably Lani Hilton, and my parents Lee and Shawna Hilton. Kenley Kohls, Rachel Harper, Ashley Walker, and Lily Skinner have assisted in preparing many of the available learning resources. In addition, Lisa Spice and Jamie Nielsen have supported this course in multiple ways. April Sorbonne volunteered to create visuals and printables to go along with many of the lessons.