• “1-2-3! We’re Here to Help!” (May 2013 Friend)
    Tyler and Trey learn to help their mom around the house.
  • “Am I a Child of God?” (January 2018 Friend)
    Chloe D., age 14, shares how she wondered if she was a child of God since her first parents were not “kind and dear.” 
  • “Anna’s Journey Part 1–Leaving Home” (July 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    Anna traveled from Sweden to Utah as an early pioneer.
  • “April’s New Wheelchair” (April 2015 Friend)
    April’s Brother gets April to laugh as she learns to use a wheelchair.
  • “Babysitting Blues” (July 2015 Friend)
    A girl learns she can enjoy babysitting. Comes with tips.
  • “Babysitting Blunder” (February 2019 Friend)
    Emma learns that even when we do our best to watch them, sometimes little kids can get into trouble.
  • “A Bad Day Better” (June 2012 Friend)
    Tanner helps his mother feel better.
  • “Be a Family Builder” (September 2011 Friend)
    An illustrated guide of the different families we belong to—immediate, extended, future, and ward.
  • “Best Family Forever” (February 2014 Liahona and Friend)
    After her friends leave her out, Olivia learns that her family members can be her best friends.
  • “A Better Way” (July 2013 Friend)
    Tom learns to forgive his brother after he is angry with him.
  • “The Bike Monster” (December 2019 Friend)
    April wants a bike so badly, but because her parents have several children, they can’t afford a new one, and April’s classmates make fun of her used one.  
  • “Brownies and a Big Sister” (August 2019 Friend)
    Molly misses her mom and dad when they go to the hospital for her baby sister to be born and Molly stays with her grandma.
  • “A Buggy for Mom” (May 2016 Friend)
    Joseph earns money to buy a special gift to help his mother.
  • “Bugs and Brothers” (July 2015 Friend)
    Lacey learns that she doesn’t have to be irritated by her younger brother.
  • “Calvin’s Awesome Space Jet” (March 2015 Friend)
    Find out why Mom looked ready to cry.
  • “Candy Apples” (April 2006 Friend)
    Pam turns down a day at an amusement park to babysit her little brothers. Her service brings an unexpected opportunity to share her testimony of the importance of families.
  • “The Candy Plan” (October 2015 Friend)
    Josh shares his Halloween candy with others.
  • “Cheering Up Grandpa” (April 2015 Friend)
    Mike helped his Grandpa find joy after Grandma’s death.
  • “Cousin’s Camp” (August 2004 Friend)
    Chad’s grandparents have a special camp each year for all their grandchildren.
  • “Daddy’s Sunshine” (March 2009 Friend)
    A girl helps her father feel better after a hard day at work.
  • “Daniel’s Example of Prayer” (March 2011 Liahona and Friend)
    A young boy teaches his grandparents how to pray.
  • “The Doll in the Green Dress” (October 2015 Friend)
    Hannah shares a doll with her sister.
  • “Enkhjin from Mongolia” (June 2013 Liahona and Friend)
    Enkhjin loves visiting her country with her family and reading.
  • “Eternal Families” (July 2004 Friend)
    A short poem about eternal families.
  • “Families Are Part of Heavenly Father’s Plan” (July 2013 Liahona and Friend)
    Just like Captain Moroni made a banner to remind his people of the importance of families, we have the family proclamation to remind us.
  • “Find that Dad” (June 2015 Friend)
    Match children to dads in this illustration.
  • “Fishing Buddies” (March 2016 Friend)
    Jacob doesn’t want to celebrate his birthday at his grandparents’ cabin after his grandpa dies, but he learns he can still enjoy himself and remember his grandpa. Includes some tips for what to do when someone you love dies.
  • “Flashlight Family Night” (April 2016 Friend)
    A story for young children about having family home evening with flashlights after the lights go out.
  • “Forever Brothers” (July 2016 Friend)
    After being adopted, Markus is sealed to his family in the temple.
  • “Frankie, Child of God” (February 2005 Friend)
    Frankie had been in many foster homes. It felt good to know he belonged to his Father in heaven.
  • “The Funny-Face Fix” (June 2015 Friend)
    Ben helped his mom by figuring out how to get his baby sister to stop crying.
  • “Glad You’re My Dad” (February 2013 Friend)
    Mark is sad that his dad doesn’t go to church, but realizes that he’s still a great dad.
  • “Goodly Grandparents” (July 2018 Liahona and Friend)
    Andrew is nervous about Bring-a-Parent-to-School Day because he lives with his grandparents. 
  • “The Gospel Is for Everyone” (September 2010 Liahona and Friend)

    President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares how he helped his family as a boy and testifies of the importance of the gospel. Includes a coloring sheet activity.
  • “Grateful for Parents” (June 2019 Liahona and Friend)
    President Russell M. Nelson talks about how his family didn’t go to church when he was a child and how he wanted his family to be sealed in the temple.
  • “The Happy Book” (February 2006 Liahona and Friend)
    Morgan cheers up her sister with a homemade book.
  • “Helping and Loving” (May 2011 Friend)
    This page includes a testimony from Sabrina who tries to be like Jesus by helping and loving her younger brother and sister.
  • “Heroes and Heroines: A Brother Like Hyrum” (January 1988 Friend)
    A summary of the relationship between Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum.
  • “Honoring Our Parents” (June 2003 Friend)
    Elder H. Aldridge Gillespieof the Seventy grew up in a very inactive home. He teaches that honoring your parents doesn’t always mean doing exactly what they do; it means doing what Heavenly Father wants you to do.
  • “Hope for My Family” (June 2017 Friend)
    President Henry B. Eyring shares his testimony of eternal families. Includes two activities.
  • “How Can The Scriptures Help Me?” (January 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares thoughts on the subject.
  • “I Talked to God as a Friend” (July 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    Elder Juan A. Uceda of the Seventy tells how prayer comforted him when he was worried about family members who weren’t members of the Church.
  • “I’ve Got This!” (September 2013 Friend)
    Thomas uses the Friend magazine to teach his lesson in family home evening. Includes seven easy steps for creating a successful FHE.
  • “Jesus Christ Is Born” (August 2008 Liahona and Friend)
    An illustrated retelling of the story of Christ’s birth into a family.
  • “Josh and the Dragon” (July 2011 Friend)
    Josh wants to protect his little brother and sister from hearing a group of children swearing.
  • “Knitting Our Hearts Together” (August 2010 Liahona and Friend)

    President Henry B. Eyring teaches that a family can be united when family members of the family pray for and work toward unity. Includes a maze activity.
  • “Kylie’s Parents” (January 2017 Friend)
    Kylie has traits in common with her earthly and Heavenly parents. Includes a simple matching activity.
  • “Letters from Grandma Whittle” (February 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    Read about how Elder Richard G. Scott’s grandmother was a good example to him.
  • “Lindsay’s Family Puzzle” (September 2015 Liahona and Friend)
    Lindsay loves doing family history and finds comfort in the fan chart taped above her bed.
  • “Little Brother, Big Example” (May 2012 Friend)
    When Sammy donates to humanitarian aid, his older brother Benjamin does as well.
  • “The Little League Lesson” (June 2012 Liahona and Friend)
    Lindsay learns that she feels good supporting her younger brother.
  • “A Lullaby for Nana” (March 2014 Friend)
    Tanner wants to help his grandma sleep better.
  • “Making a Family” (February 2009 Friend)
    A girl remembers her adoption and is grateful for her family.
  • “Making Room for Christmas” (December 2015 Friend)
    Caitlyn’s family makes some changes to their calendar after Caitlyn notices they are so busy during December she doesn’t have time to really think about Christmas.
  • “Matt and Mandy” (February 2017 Friend)
    Matt and Mandy argue about doing chores.
  • “Matt & Mandy” (September 2015 Friend)
    The Coopers have a tradition of doing a secret act of service every week.
  • “My Brother Gary” (June 2006 Friend)
    Elder Marlin K. Jensen talks about growing up with a brother with special needs.
  • “My Eternal Family” (February 2019 Friend)
    Addie J., age 10, from Washington, USA, tells about how she was adopted from Korea and sealed to her family in the temple.
  • “My Family” (February 2004 Liahona and Friend)
    Explanation on how Heavenly Father planned for us to come to earth and live in a family. Includes a pouch-making activity.
  • “Natalie’s Father’s Day Card” (June 2013 Friend)
    A girl is sad because she doesn’t have a dad to give her father’s day card to.
  • “No Matter Who You Are” (July 2016 Liahona and Friend)
    Andi is sad because her parents aren’t members of the Church and they haven’t been sealed in the temple, but her Primary teacher reminds her that she is a child of God and He will bless her and her family.
  • “The No-Phone Zone” (March 2019 Friend)
    Tyler’s grandma collects all the phones during dinner at their family reunion so that they can focus on talking to each other.
  • “Not at Home, Not Anywhere” (July 2015 Friend)
    Carter decides not to swear anymore.
  • “Our First Family Home Evening” (April 2013 Friend)
    A photo story of one family’s first family home evening.
  • “Our Page” (December 2010 Liahona)

    This page includes the testimonies of children from Taiwan and Spain who help their families.
  • “Parker’s Pumpkins” (October 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    When Parker grows up, he wants to be a missionary like his brother Eric.
  • “A Perfect Match” (October 2006 Friend)
    Larissa learns that families do not have to look like each other to be real families.
  • “A Plan for Our Family” (January 2013 Liahona and Friend)
    A boy talks about his baby sister was born premature.
  • “Prayer in the Checkout Line” (April 2018 Friend)
    Eli helps his mom with his litter brothers at the store.
  • “Praying for Leif” (June 2019 Friend)
    Magnus C., age 10, shares how he and his family were helped and comforted after his brother was diagnosed with leukemia.
  • “A Prophet’s Counsel” (May 2001 Friend)
    Deborah’s friends think her family is too big.
  • “Question Corner” (February 2012 Friend)
    My brother and I argue a lot. I want to be nicer, but it’s hard. What are some things I can do to stop fighting?
  • Question Corner: “My grandpa has been so sad ever since Grandma died. How can I help him feel better?” (May 2016 Friend)
    Several children provide answers to this question.
  • Question Corner: “Sometimes I get annoyed with my family. What can I do?” (March 2017 Liahona and February 2017 Friend)
  • “Room for Three” (December 2006 Liahona and Friend)
    When Brent’s friends are over, Brent doesn’t want to play with his sister—until he learns the Christmas story.
  • “Sealed Forever” (April 2013 Friend)
    Taylor, age 10, tells about being sealed to her adopted sister.
  • “Sharing Grandma” (July 2009 Friend)
    Seth is sad that his grandparents are leaving to be missionaries, but his grandma reminds him that they are an eternal family.
  • “Sisters in Name and Faith” (April 2012 Liahona and Friend)
    Sisters in Romania are best friends too.
  • “A Soft Answer” (April 2011 Liahona and Friend)

    A girl learns to reply with kindness to her younger sister. Includes “soft-answer reminders” that children can color and cut out.
  • “The Sparkly Rock” (June 2015 Friend)
    Laney shared the beautiful beach with her aunt who was sick at home.
  • “Steven’s First Future Father’s Day” (June 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    Steven struggles with Father’s Day until he learns he can use the day to prepare to be a father himself.
  • “Stirling’s Great Idea” (June 2013 Friend)
    Stirling says a prayer and sings primary songs with his family to help them finish a hard hike.
  • “The Story Rug” (July 2013 Liahona and Friend)
    Katy hears stories from her grandma while learning to make a braided rug.
  • “Temple Time” (July 2015 Friend)
    Kyle talks to his parents before their temple night.
  • “Thanksgiving Bread” (November 2012 Friend)
    Ying is embarrassed of her family’s Chinese heritage, but she learns that being different can be good.
  • “That’s My Little Brother” (July 2012 Friend)
    A young girl sticks up for her brother on the playground.
  • “What Big Sisters Are For” (June 2012 Friend)
    Amanda helps her younger siblings get ready for church and be reverent.
  • “What do you love most about being a member of the church?” (October 2015 Friend and Liahona)
    Children answer the question.
  • “What is a family council?” (July 2017 Liahona and Friend)
    Elder M. Russell Ballard talks about family councils. Includes a story from Elder Ballard’s childhood where he learned about how bees work together.
  • “Who Loves You” (September 2015 Friend)
    Heavenly Father sent you to be a very special part of your family who love you.
  • “Why are families so important?” (August 2016 Liahona and Friend)
    Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles teaches some important truths about the family. Includes a short biography about Elder Christofferson.
  • “Why are families so important?” (October 2007 Friend)
    Elder L. Tom Perry of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares some thoughts on this subject.
  • “Why is it so important to spend time with our families?” (December 2013 Liahona and Friend)
    President Boyd K. Packer shares some thoughts on this subject.