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 can assist you as you strive to teach the gospel in your home.
As we pray with faith, as Enos did, we can trust that the Lord will hear and answer our prayers in His own way and in His own time.
“Saving Laura’s Lamb.” In this Ensign article, Elder K. Brett Nattress of the Seventy tells how his young daughter’s example of faith and effort taught him about opening the heavens through prayer.
“Five Questions to Ask When Prayers Feel Unanswered.” In this New Era article, you’ll find things you can do and consider when you feel like a prayer isn’t being answered.
“How Does Heavenly Father Speak to Us?” Read President Dallin H. Oaks’s message in this month’s Friend to learn six different ways Heavenly Father can answer our prayers.
“Picture Puzzle.” Solve this puzzle from the Friend to discover a way to find help whenever you need it!
“Coloring Page: Enos Prayed with Faith.” Print this page for your children to color.
“Enos.” Listen with your children to this 30-minute audio presentation that not only tells the story of Enos but also includes a discussion about prayer.
As Enos prayed, he spoke to and received impressions from Heavenly Father and the Holy Spirit. How can we move from merely reciting our prayers to having a meaningful conversation with Heavenly Father?
“Patterns of Prayer in the Book of Mormon.” This Ensign article describes five patterns of prayer from the Book of Mormon that, if followed, can help make our own prayers more powerful.
“How can I make my prayers more meaningful?” Youth share their strategies for meaningful prayer in this article from the New Era.
“How to Pray and Seek Answers.” Elder Richard G. Scott (1928–2015) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares how we can better communicate with Heavenly Father by doing things like asking the right questions and expressing gratitude.
“Enos Prayed.” Read this illustrated scripture story to your children to help them learn about Enos. What did he pray about? Why were his prayers meaningful?
“Mighty, Meaningful Prayer.” Use this activity from the Ensign to help family members discover ways to make their prayers more thoughtful.
“I Can Pray Like Enos.” Use this page from the Friend to make a scene from Enos’s story. Includes steps to help teach your children how to pray.
“Enos’s Prayer.” Children will enjoy this combined coloring page and activity from the Church’s Scripture Stories Coloring Book series.