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Not even a week after the Come, Follow Me curriculum first launched in 2013 for the youth of the Church, the late Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles asked the question, “When are we going to do this for the adults of the Church?”

Church members now have the answer to Elder Hales’s question.

“We have been working to try to figure out what we ought to do for the adults of the Church,” said Brian J. Hansbrow, a curriculum developer for the Church.

Early in July, the Church announced that a series of resources—Come, Follow Me for home, Sunday School, and Primary—will be available for classes beginning in January 2019.

A sneak peek into what Church curriculum will look like in the future was the topic of a course at BYU’s Education Week, held August 21–24. A group of Church employees who have worked on developing the new curriculum offered the presentation.

Although many of the same principles used in the current Come, Follow Me youth curriculum will be applied in the new home, Sunday School, and Primary courses, a major component to the curriculum has changed.

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