I am starting an online Master's Degree program on Saturday that begins with eight straight days of on-campus instruction, which means I will miss the first two Sundays of the new year, but I am structuring my New Year's Resolution for 2013 to correspond to the monthly themes of the new Sunday School curriculum.
Thus, my Saturday posts in 2013 will be based on the following schedule of topics:
January: The Godhead
February: The Plan of Salvation
March: The Atonement of Jesus Christ
April: The Apostasy and the Restoration
May: Prophets and Revelation
June: Priesthood and Priesthood Keys
July: Ordinances and Covenants
August: Marriage and Family
October: Becoming More Christlike
November: Spiritual and Temporal Self-Reliance
December: Building the Kingdom of God in the Latter Day
The weekly Sunday School "discussion outlines" (which replace "lessons") deal with aspects of each monthly theme, but the instructions given to the teachers say explicitly that we are to teach according to the direction of the Spirit and based on what our students need individually and as a group. Thus, I don't know in advance exactly what will be taught each week - which is why I will be posting summaries of the previous Sunday's discussions each Saturday.