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Wards should be holding meetings with members before the end of the year to introduce to them the new Sunday schedule and the new Come, Follow Me resources for individuals and families, Sunday School, and Primary.
During this meeting, leaders should emphasize how the changes announced at October general conference can help members make their gospel learning more home centered and Church supported. A guide for these meetings is found in the Implementation Guide for Stake Presidencies and Bishoprics available at ComeFollowMe.lds.org and in the Gospel Library app. A printable PDF of the guide is also available.
In that meeting, members should be given a copy of the Handout for Individuals, Families, and Teachers. Copies of that handout were shipped to each ward and branch with the Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families manuals. The handout is also found at ComeFollowMe.lds.org and in the Gospel Library app. A PDF of the handout is also available to make more copies or to email to members.
The videos to be used in the meetings are available at ComeFollowMe.lds.org and can be downloaded from that page by clicking the 3 dots in the bottom right corner of each video. (Using the Safari browser, right-click the video to see the download option.) The videos are also embedded below for your convenience.
PaulaNovember 22, 2018
To add to your thoughts. It would nice if LDS tools would add open dyslexic to the font style. My daughter has dyslexia and it would be great if she could use LDS tools for reading church materials. Times New Roman is very difficult for her to read. As many as 1 in 5 people have dyslexia and the open dyslexic font is public domain.
Sharee HughesNovember 16, 2018
I picked up my manual a couple of weeks ago. When I got home and looked at it, I almost started to cry, because I couldn't read it. It is printed in a very fine-line sans-serif font that many people with vision problems will have trouble reading. I will be returning my manual as it won't do me any good. Fortunately, the online version is in Times New Roman, which I can read. Note to the people who design such manuals: Please consider that everyone does not have perfect eyesight. A font might look pretty, but if it isn't readable to all, its prettiness is irrelevant. Weightier fonts with serifs are much easier to read. And you might consider a large-print edition next year as well.