Brigham Rupp is a full-time seminary teacher in Gilbert, Arizona. He’s served as elders quorum counselor, executive secretary, stake Sunday School, and currently serves as bishop. He served a mission in Chicago, Illinois and share many of his scriptural thoughts at The Silver Grey.

In this episode we discuss how he decided to become a seminary teacher and how he was later called as bishop. We also talk about how he handles spiritual thoughts in ward council, being reactive verse proactive, and how to improve one’s ability to teach.

Brigham’s 5 Leadership Principles:

  1. Effective Teaching
  2. “Small changes we could make in things we do often.” Pres. Eyring, 1998 CES
  3. “Feast Upon the Words of Christ” 2 Nephi 32:3
  4. “If ye have not charity, ye are nothing” Moroni 7:46
  5. “whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it” Matthew 16:24-25

Links:

The Silver Grey Talk, by President Boyd K. Packer

Teaching, No Greater Call: A Resource Guide for Gospel Teaching

The Silver Grey Blog

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