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.
We can trust in the fulfillment of the Lord’s promises to His covenant people.
“Claim the Exceeding Great and Precious Promises.” In this general conference address, Elder Spencer J. Condie, now an emeritus member of the Seventy, affirms that we can trust in the Lord’s promises to us.
“3 Promises Made Possible by the Priesthood.” This article from the New Era outlines some specific blessings that are available to all because the priesthood was restored.
“Keeping Our Baptismal Covenant.” Play this fun game with your family that teaches about the things we covenant to do at baptism and what God covenants in return. (From the Friend.)
“Coloring Page: I Can Prepare to Be Worthy to Go to the Temple.” Use this coloring page from the Friend to help teach your family about God’s promises to us if we are faithful.
As we draw on the power of Jesus Christ and the blessings of His Atonement, we will be strengthened in our efforts to become more like Him.
“Drawing the Power of Jesus Christ into Our Lives.” In this general conference address, President Russell M. Nelson exhorts us to draw upon the power of Jesus Christ and tells us some ways in which we can do so.
“Grace and the Atonement of Jesus Christ.” This article from the New Era shares how the Savior, through His Atonement, not only helps us overcome sin but can enable and strengthen us as well.
“Cupboard Counter.” Use this activity from the Ensign to help your family better appreciate the infinite reach of Christ’s Atonement.
“Article of Faith 3.” A color-by-number coloring page from the Friend based on principles from the third article of faith.
“Repentance and the Atonement.” Kids will enjoy making this little booklet that teaches them how they can follow the Savior’s example..