June 22–28: Alma 17–22

    A painting by Scott M. Snow depicting Ammon standing on a yellow rug, holding a roll of parchment while talking to King Lamoni, who is sitting on his throne.


    Ammon Becomes the Servant of King Lamoni | Alma 17
    Ammon and the sons of Mosiah go on missions to teach the Lamanites the word of God. Ammon chooses to become King Lamoni’s servant and lives with the Lamanites.
    Ammon Defends the King's Flocks | Alma 17–18
    While King Lamoni’s servants and Ammon take care of the sheep, a group of thieves tries to steal them. Ammon defends the flock and saves the king’s sheep. The king believes Ammon is the Great Spirit.
    Ammon Serves and Teaches King Lamoni | Alma 17–19
    Ammon and the sons of Mosiah go to teach the Lamanites the word of God. Ammon becomes King Lamoni’s servant and teaches him the gospel of Jesus Christ.
    Ammon Teaches King Lamoni about the Gospel of Jesus Christ | Alma 18
    King Lamoni wonders how Ammon has such great power. Ammon tells the king about the Creation and the plan of redemption. The king believes Ammon and prays to God for forgiveness.
    Chapter 23: Ammon: A Great Servant
    Ammon becomes a servant of King Lamoni. He defends the king’s flock from a band of robbers. King Lamoni is impressed with Ammon’s faithfulness. Ammon teaches King Lamoni, and he is converted.
    Chapter 24: Ammon Meets King Lamoni’s Father
    Ammon and King Lamoni go to rescue Aaron out of prison. They meet King Lamoni’s father on the way. At first, his father is very angry, but his heart is softened and he helps free Aaron from prison.
    Dare to Stand Alone
    President Thomas S. Monson shares an experience he had in the Navy when he had to stand alone and reminds us that "we are never alone when we stand with our Father in Heaven."
    King Lamoni and His Household Are Converted | Alma 19
    King Lamoni awakes and tells his wife and servants that the Savior will be born into the world to redeem His people. The king’s household experiences a change of heart, and they convert to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
    On the Lord's Errand: The Life of Thomas S. Monson
    This biography of President Thomas S. Monson’s life highlights some of his great memories and experiences. Included in this video are interviews with President Monson, family members, and friends.
    Sharing the Restored Gospel
    Elder Oaks teaches that sharing the gospel is a joyful privilege and provides ideas to help members fulfill this responsibility effectively.
    The Lamanite Queen Believes | Alma 19
    Ammon tells the queen that King Lamoni is not dead and that the king will wake up the next morning. The queen has faith in the Lord and believes Ammon.
    The Sons of Mosiah Pray and Depart on Their Missions | Alma 17
    Ammon and the sons of Mosiah leave their families to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Lamanites. They fast and pray to become instruments in the Lord’s hands.