Called to Learn of Christ

Curriculum Conference

Welcome to the Called to Learn of Christ Curriculum Conference
A gathering of homeschooler seeking spiritual enrichment who are committed to Learning of Christ.

Learning All Things Through the Lens of the Gospel

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What is a Curriculum Conference?

A Curriculum Conference has only presentations about subjects to teach your children. It will not include relationship building, teaching tips, health, etc. But it will have presenter interviews from homeschoolers, private schools, specific curricula and institute teachers who all have a passion (willing to suffer for what they love the most) for learning the gospel using academics as a tool.

Each of these interviews promise to uplift and fill you with inspiration and encouragement to make this your best prepared year ever.

You will hear from leaders in the following gospel inspired Approaches: Celestial Education, Intrinsic Values, Theology Tree, Well Educated Heart, Universal Model and the Restoration Education, Principle Effect, and so much more.

At an LDS Curriculum Conference…

All learning is taught through the gospel lens. Learning the gospel of Jesus Christ with academic subjects is like seeing through both eyes, it gives us depth and clarity.

We are co-teachers with God. Teaching our children at home is about us learning to follow Christ and about our children receiving their own personal revelation for their own personal walk with Christ.

We are asked to “learn of [Christ], listen to [his] words, walk in the meekness of [his] Spirit.” (D&C 19:23) Christ taught two men on the road to Emmaus after his resurrection, they later said, “Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us … and while he opened to us the scriptures?” (Luke 24) Use the academic subjects as tools to bridge the gap between school and the gospel of Jesus Christ.

God’s Curriculum Includes:

Christ will reveal … the purpose” of all things. D&C 101:32-34


“be instructed more perfectly in theory, in principle, in doctrine, in the law of the gospel, in all things that pertain unto the kingdom of God” D&C 77:79


“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord….come before his presence with singing.” Psalms 100:1

“Music is part of the language of God.” Bruce R. McConkie

“Sing praises to the Lord.” Psalms 9:11

“lifted up their voice with the trumpets and cymbals and instruments of music, and praised the Lord.” 2 Chronicles 5:13-14


“according to the measure of the rule which God hath distributed to us, a measure to reach even unto you.” 2 Corinthians 10:13

“All things are numbered unto me.” Moses 1:33, 35

“Time is a measure unto men” Alma 40:8

“It filleth the measure of its creation.” D&C 88:25

“I will bless thee above measure” Abraham 2:9


“things in heaven, things in the earth, things under the earth” D&C 88:79

“God saw everything that he had made, and behold it was very good.” Genesis 1:31

“The Lord…laid the foundation of the earth and the heavens are the works of thine hands.” Hebrews 1:10


“become acquainted with all good books and …. people” D&C 90:15

“seek ye out of the best books words of wisdom” D&C 88:118


“become acquainted with languages” D&C 59:15

“then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the Lord, to serve him with one consent.” Zephaniah 3:9


“be instructed in … knowledge of countries and of kingdoms” D&C 88:79

“become acquainted with tongues… with people” D&C 90:15

“things of the earth, by which it was made” D&C 101:32-34

“of countries, of kingdoms” D&C 93:53


“be instructed in…things which have been, things which are, things which must shortly come to pass” D&C 88:79

“to obtain a knowledge of history of countries, and of kingdoms, of laws of God and man, and all this for the salvation of Zion.” D&C 93:53


“pleaseth the eye … gladden the heart … enliven the soul” D&C 59:18-19

“things most precious” D&C 101:32-34

“behold the beauty of the Lord.” Psalms 27:4

Best Faith Filled Year Ever

Make this your best prepared school year – ever!  Listen to the presenters walk you through how they bridged the gap between the gospel and school. Learn how learning through the lens of the gospel brings great peace. The knowledge of the laws of God help bring courage to overcome fear and allow this year to be the year you doubt your doubts and become FAITH filled!

LDS Resources

We have compiled a list of LDS resources available at and that can help you teach the gospel and academics in your home.


Each presenter was asked to shed light on their favorite subject. We asked them questions about how they teach the gospel and that subject through the lens of the gospel and to offer practical ways to implement it. See the line up of presenters…


The sponsors have learned to bridge the gap between school and the gospel and are shining forth their light to help others teach the gospel through the tools of academics. Get away from the opposite, worldly way. Visit our sponsors.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is this conference different from others?

Great question! This conference is a Curriculum Conference with conversational style interviews (think talk show without the live audience).

  1. Every presentation is about teaching Christ through various academics and the lens of the gospel.
  2. The presenters share their message with the host as if they are talking to you.
  3. The host asks each presenter how their message helps bridge the gap between school and the gospel. The answers we are getting are fantastic.
  4. The presenters are real, they share real life experiences and bear testimony of Christ throughout their interview.
  5. We are confident that you will leave inspired and uplifted and with ideas to help make you educational experience even more meaningful.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The most memorable moments in life are those in which we feel the rush of revelation.” Leaning Christ through academics and the lens of the gospel provides you with many opportunities for “rush[es] of revelation.”



What are the dates of the Called to Learn of Christ Curriculum Conference?

The conference airs August 27th through September 1st with a special Kick off Day on August 25th.

Each video is free to watch until the following night.

If you want lifetime access to all the videos and audio downloads you may purchase A Full Access Pass for $37 during the conference or $67 after the conference.

Where does the Called to Learn of Christ Curriculum Conference take place?

The Conference is 100% online – you can access it from your home or anywhere you have internet access on any device you own! In any room of your home, work, restaurant, park that has internet access, at any time of the day or night. Split up the video and watch half now and half later, anything you can imagine. 🙂

How will I access the curriculum conference?

A link is provided on the home page at and everyone that is registered for the conference will receive a link to the webinar in their email or on the facebook group and/or facebook group events.

How long do I have access to the curriculum conference?

When you register you’ll have full access to each presentation as it becomes live until the following night.

You may purchase all the recordings and have unlimited, lifetime access to all the videos and downloadable audios.

Or you may purchase the Library Access Card and have unlimited access to all the recordings from this and all previous conferences – across any and all devices you own.

What is the cost of the curriculum conference?

The conference is FREE for all attendees during the live sessions with 24+ hours to view the replay.

You may purchase the conference recordings for $37 for a LIFETIME access to all the video recordings and audio downloads plus limited access to the Librarian’s Corner and our blog.

Or you may purchase a Library Access Card for $19.97 a month for unlimited access to the whole library including archives of all previous conferences.


To attend the conference, complete the following registration. If you are signed in to your account simply click “Register”.
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Just watched a video doing family history while learning about the history of the world ….very pithy content with so much to digest and put to work! I really want my husband and sister, who does not homeschool, to watch it. Thanks again for following the spirit and giving us this [information]!!

Jennifer Hahn

“Earlier this week cameras were brought into Vic’s amazing office/library where he was interviewed as a keynote speaker for the Called to Learn Conference.  His presentation was about “Principles for Learning Truth”.  This talk will be part of a gospel-centered online event. This conference is primarily geared for homeschoolers, but others might find it interesting as well.”

Cheryl Ludlow

Thanks for your insights and platform for teaching others! We live in Kelowna where there are very few members, ie: my son is basically the only active priest in our ward. So it is nice to tap into the strength of LDS communities wherever we can find it. 

Coleen Bates

Learning All Things Through the Lens of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

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