Have you ever felt your scripture study feels a little flat, perhaps in need of a recharge? Elder David A. Bednar taught, “Find a pattern and a system for reading, and marking, and remembering that works for you. . . . I’ve developed [my pattern] over many, many years. . . . The key point is practice and experiment. Find what works for you.” In this short booklet, explore different approaches for scripture study that will help you find deeper understanding, meaning, and personal application in your study of the scriptures. As you change up your scripture study, you’ll find answers to questions, healing for wounds, help for teaching others, and a deeper feeling of worship from this daily, holy habit.
Jeni Broberg Holzapfel attended Brigham Young University, studying classics with an emphasis in Greek New Testament. She has served as a ward Primary president, Young Women president, and a senior missionary in the Alabama Birmingham Mission. She has lectured at BYU Education Week and BYU Women’s Conference. She is the author of several articles and books dealing with women in scriptures and Church history. She and her husband, Richard, are the parents of five children and reside in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Richard Neitzel Holzapfel is an Area Seventy and senior manager of curriculum in the Missionary Department for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He attended Brigham Young University, Hebrew Union College, and University of California–Irvine, studying American, Ancient, and Jewish history. He has served as a missionary in the Italy Milan Mission, bishop, stake president, and mission president in the Alabama Birmingham Mission. He is the author and editor of numerous books and articles.
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