“Triple Combinations Child-Style,” Ensign, July 1978, 59
Last October conference President Spencer W. Kimball counseled, “We have recommended that so far as possible all the children have their own scriptures and learn to use them.” (Ensign, Nov. 1977, p. 4.) Our children, though young, have expressed an interest in carrying their own scriptures to Church. I came up with an idea whereby they could have their own scriptures in as few books as possible and without the expense of a triple combination.
In a family home evening, we had them each take a missionary copy of the Book of Mormon and a $1.50 soft copy of the Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price and glue them together. Then we covered them with some leftover artificial leather and made a pencil holder on the edge. Now they have their own triple combination and their Bibles they received at baptism to carry to church and study at home. Linda A. Taylor Bohman, Phoenix, Arizona