After you’ve studied the scripture passages for this week and reviewed the questions and activities in the manual, consider sharing any of the following articles and activities with your family. These additional resources selected by the Church magazines staff can assist you as you strive to teach the gospel in your home.
One of the primary purposes of the Book of Mormon is to persuade us to believe in Jesus Christ and come unto Him and be saved. As we read and apply the principles in the Book of Mormon, our faith in Christ is strengthened.
“There Is Power in the Book.” In this general conference address, Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr. of the Seventy bears testimony that the greatest power in the Book of Mormon is its impact in bringing us to Christ.
“Come unto Christ.” In this general conference address, President Ezra Taft Benson (1899–1994) explains what the Book of Mormon teaches us about “coming unto Christ, being committed to Him, centered in Him, and consumed in Him.”
“Batbayar and the Book with Pictures.” In this Friend story, a boy decides to be baptized after reading the Book of Mormon Stories book the missionaries shared with him.
“A Book of Mormon Story.” In this video, a young bishop describes how the Book of Mormon came to life for him and brought him closer to Christ.
“Book of Mormon Reading Chart.” Color this picture from the Friend as you read from the Book of Mormon this year. The suggested scriptures go along with the weekly Come, Follow Me lessons.
“The Book of Mormon Tells of Christ.” Your family could learn this new song from the Friend, then print and hang this picture where you will see it during the week.
The Book of Mormon can have a profound influence on our lives. Consider the blessings promised to those who read and apply its principles. Consider also the blessings you have seen in your life that have come as a result of the Book of Mormon.
“The Book of Mormon: What Would Your Life Be Like without It?” In this general conference address, President Russell M. Nelson asks us to consider the value we place on the Book of Mormon and the many ways it has blessed our lives.
“Daddy, Donna, and Nephi.” In this hidden gem of an article from the September 1976 Ensign, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles helps us see that when we start asking questions, the Book of Mormon comes alive.
January 2020 Ensign. Explore this issue to discover several items related to the Book of Mormon, including articles about the translation of the record and the influence of the Three Witnesses and the Eight Witnesses.
“Why We Need the Book of Mormon.” This New Era article explains some of the blessings we have access to because of the Book of Mormon.
“Weekly Book of Mormon Insights.” In the Ensign throughout 2020, look for these short weekly articles designed to enhance your family’s study of the Book of Mormon.
“Super Listener Word-a-Thon.” Use this activity from the Ensign series “Family Study Fun” to help your family appreciate the importance of listening to and following the teachings of the Savior and Book of Mormon prophets.
“Scripture Figures: Book of Mormon.” Here’s a collection of scripture figures from the Friend that you could use to tell stories from the Book of Mormon this year.