Come, Follow Me Study Journal Pages

Hi everyone- it’s Valerie from Occasionally Crafty, here to share another free printable to get you ready for Come, Follow Me in 2019!


We just had our ward 2 hour block implementation meeting, and I am getting really excited for the new changes in how we learn and study the gospel.  How are you feeling about it?  Are you ready to dive in and get to work? Or, are you worried about how to make it work in your life and situation?

Come, Follow Me– For Individuals and Families is a great resource for everyone!  Just thumbing through it makes my mind spin with possibilities for implementing this study guide with my family. I know it will help me direct my personal gospel study. I also know the leaders of our church have prayerfully considered how people in any circumstance can use this to strengthen their commitment to and knowledge of the gospel.  

To help organize my thoughts (and hopefully, yours!) as you study, I’ve created a journal page for Come, Follow Me study.  Print and copy as many pages as you like to create your own study journal.  


There are sections for general notes, questions you have (or that you found answers to), personal impressions, especially things that stand out to you that week, gospel truths or doctrine studied in each section, and even areas where you can jot down insights you have or that others share during the Sunday discussions. Finally, there’s a space you can share how you can apply the weekly lesson in your own life.


Download your Come, Follow Me study journal page here!



I think this will be a great tool to keep me focused as I study the New Testament this year.  If you find it helpful, I’d love it if you share with others, or drop a comment and let me know!

Here’s to a wonderful 2019!

Valerie Earnest

Valerie Earnest

Valerie is a crafter, an avid reader, and lover of all things music. A former high school band director, Valerie now works as a blogger and piano teacher. Valerie and her husband have three children and are enjoying life in the Midwest after 16 years in Phoenix. Check out Valerie’s blog,, where you’ll find plenty of simple but beautiful crafts, printables, and home decor projects even the busiest woman can do!
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  1. Pam Hartley

    Thank you so much! I love this!


    Unable to download the journal page.


    Got the download! Thanks so much for the manual pdf and the journal pages. Love all the work you to do to help us along the path.

  4. Luisa

    Excelente podrías hacerlo en español?

    1. Valerie Earnest

      I wish I had the ability, but yo no hablo español.

  5. Louise

    How do I download?

    1. Valerie Earnest

      Click on the word “here” and it should work!

  6. Heather

    Thank you. This is perfect.

  7. Jaime

    This is perfect for what we need. Thank you so much for creating it and offering it for free. It is much appreciated!

  8. Michelle

    Thank you so much for sharing this! It is simple and to the point, which is just what I need for my family right now.

  9. Jen

    This is so great! I have been looking all around the internet for a Post-Book-of-Mormon-Reading journal page with thought questions. I want to hand out a journalling page to our Relief Society before we have a BofM discussion at our February meeting. This page you’ve created for the Come, Follow Me readings looks like what I was picturing in my mind.

    I’m asking a big favor: Could you alter this page, using the same format, but change the title and change out a few thought questions for the Book of Mormon? These are my suggestions: Title: Thoughts About the Book of Mormon Read: (October 30-December 27, 2018); Instead of “Thoughts from discussions” change it to “How was my life changed from reading the Book of Mormon?”; change “What do I need to do…?” to “What do I need to do? What promptings did I feel as I read?”; Change “General Notes” to “Storylines or people that stood out to me”; change “Personal impressions” to “How was reading the Book of Mormon quickly helpful?”; and finally, add one more Title Box (an arrow?) at the bottom that says “My testimony of the Book of Mormon on the back” If you could create this and then make it available as a free printable, I’d be so grateful! I have no skills to create something like this myself. Pretty please with sugar on top? :o)

    1. Valerie Earnest

      Jen- I would love to help you out but I just don’t have the time to do custom work for free. If you’re interested in paying for some custom work, send me an email at If not, I could probably send you an editable copy you could use to make it just the way you want–again, just shoot me an email. Good luck!

  10. Pam

    Thank you! I’ve been looking for something simple to organize my study for the year, and this is super cute to boot 😀

    1. Thanks, Pam! We are so glad that you like the journal pages and plan to use them. 🙂

  11. Thank you so much for the journal page. I use it each week. Beverly