Question: What are some of the basic problems that need to be solved to improve the effectiveness of teaching religion to the members of the Church?
Answer: This problem has been a deep concern of mine for a long time and I know it has all of the brethren. In order for us to more effectively teach the gospel to the members of the Church, we must first go to the home or the family. Where the gospel is effectively taught to children in the home, it serves as a background for all spiritual education. Children from active homes more readily accept the teachings that come in seminaries, institutes, and other auxiliary classes. This suggests, I believe, the need for greater stability in our LDS homes. . .