A couple of weeks ago someone in my ward called and asked me for a list of lesson helps. This is the list I gave her. It’s not exhaustive by any means but has helped my lesson preparation immeasurably, not to mention my own personal scripture study.
But first, read this:
It’s excellent and a must read if you’re really serious about teaching.
Really nice site.
(click on the lesson helps section)
(click on the left under the year)
(lessons are in powerpoint)
(lessons are in pdf form)
FAIR and FARMS
Note: Farms is no more. It’s now the Maxwell Institute
has a whole archive section of great lesson questions
to find stories to replace old worn out ones
LDS Magazines (click on Gospel Doctrine section):
Encyclopedia of Mormonism
(like it for finding talks related to a particular scripture theme, and also for seeing what verses are cited the most often in General Conference. Awesome site).
History of the Church. Complete volumes
(some good scholarly sites, not LDS, but a wealth of background into biblical times. Also, the other editions of the bible help clarify difficult passages)
(Daniel Rona’s site. LDS guy, converted from Judaism)