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 We make ‘Come Follow Me’ creative, fun, and easy!

We’ve helped hundreds of Latter-day Saint parents kickstart their (kid-focused) gospel home study. We can help you too!

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Struggling to keep up?

  • Do you keep telling yourself you'll start doing CFM with your kids "next week?"
  • Are you tired of rushing through last-minute home study lesson prep?
  • Are you overwhelmed by all the kid-focused "resources" out there?
  • Do you struggle to get your kids engaged with CFM lessons?
  • Do they get bored with drab, dull, "churchy" resources?
  • Do you want to get them excited about the gospel of Jesus Christ?

Come Follow Me’ Color Club is your solution!

Color Club is a monthly subscription that makes Come Follow Me lessons creative, fun, and easy!

There's a better way to do ‘Come Follow Me’...

We make it creative

Imagine feeling good about granting your kids screen time—to draw scripture characters!

We make it fun

Imagine hearing your kids tell YOU it's time for ‘Come Follow Me’ (not the other way around)!

We make it easy

Imagine waking up Sunday morning knowing you already have your lesson activities prepared!



  • Weekly CFM ‘Draw With Me’ videos
  • Weekly CFM coloring + activity pages
  • Access to our full CFM resource library
  • General Conference activity packs
  • Cancel anytime
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  • Weekly CFM ‘Draw With Me’ videos
  • Weekly CFM coloring + activity pages
  • Access to our full CFM resource library
  • General Conference activity packs
  • Cancel anytime
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LDS moms love Color Club

“My children and I are big fans!  Very creative, educational, and entertaining. As a primary president, I love sharing this!”

Kristen Degraff

We just love your coloring pages! Especially the Conference pages. I have 2 teenagers, and they really enjoy coloring yours!”

Spring McDonald

“These coloring pages are the best! My 7YO loves the word searches and my kindergartener goes right for 'spot the differences.' I like doing them too!”

Sarah Morris

We see you...

You love your kids and you want more than anything for them to catch a glimpse of the magic of the gospel of Jesus Christ. But... your plate is FULL with work, callings, and running the kids to practices, games, recitals, and more. You keep meaning to dig deep into the Come Follow Me program, but it's hard to find the time or the energy. And when you do, it feels like you have to strong-arm the kids to show up (and stay awake).

If you’re here now, it’s because you’re ready to kickstart your 'Come Follow Me' home study and we're ready to help! Let's make 'Come Follow Me' creative, fun, and EASY. Let's do this!

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What's inside?

When you join Color Club, each week you and your kids will get access to new 'Come Follow Me'-focused content:

  • Weekly 'Draw with Me' videos,
  • Weekly coloring + activity printables
  • Weekly lesson cheatsheets
  • General Conference activity printables
  • Seasonal bonus videos and printables

We built Color Club to be super simple—the content for the current week is always front-and-center—AND robust—the content in the membership builds upon itself with each new week, creating an awesome Netflix-like library full of engaging 'Come Follow Me' content for Sunday screen time.

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Draw With Me’ Videos

Every week, your kids will have access to a new video teaching them how draw a character or scene from the current ‘Come Follow Me’ lesson.

Coloring + Activity Printables

With three new CFM coloring + activity printables in your inbox each week, all you have to do is print! 

Lesson Cheatsheets

Wake up Sunday morning feeling prepared and excited, knowing that your kid-friendly ‘Come Follow Me’ lesson plan is ready to print! 

Why Color Club?

‘Come Follow Me’ Color Club is a monthly membership program designed to give Latter-day Saint parents and their kids access to original, engaging, and effortless ‘Come Follow Me’-focused content designed to spark creativity, facilitate quality time, and capture the imagination, while teaching the foundational principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

...all without Mom or Dad having to spend hours shifting through endless "resources" to prepare home study lessons.

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Primary teachers + leaders love Color Club

“I’m a primary president and I’ve been sending these out to my sweet kiddos each week. It’s so nice to have a fun way to connect with them and share the gospel.”

Vienna Goates

Our class loved the picture this week! They already look for the hidden seagull and locust first. Which always reminds me of reading Richard Scary books.”

Kate Liechty

“I subscribed to your Come Follow Me pages for my kids and my dad who teaches primary. Every week he tells me how much his class loves yours!”


Who is Color Club for?

Come Follow Me Color Club is great for Latter-day Saint primary kids, parents, teachers, and leaders.

For parents

Keep up with Come Follow Me by giving your kids fun activities during Sacrament, FHE, or third hour.

For primary teachers

Enjoy a few minutes of quiet engagement while your class colors and listens along to the lesson.

For primary leaders

Subscribe and share! Sign up with one ward account and distribute to your teachers, parents, and kids.

The products offered by Come Follow Me Color Club are neither made, provided, approved nor endorsed by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Any content or opinions expressed, implied or included in or with the goods offered by Come Follow Me Color Club are solely those of Come Follow Me Color Club and not those of Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Come, Follow Me is a resource offered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is designed to be used in the home to support personal and family scripture study to build faith in Heavenly Father and His plan of salvation and in the Savior Jesus Christ and His Atonement. Come, Follow Me is self-contained and adequate, when used properly. Products and materials designed to supplement this resource, though they may be helpful in some instances, are not necessary for a successful home study program.