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.
Abinadi was commanded of the Lord to stand alone and teach repentance to a people who didn’t want to hear his message. How can his example help us when we need to stand up for our beliefs or perhaps for someone who is being mistreated?
“Defending the Faith.” In this Ensign article, Elder Jörg Klebingat of the Seventy shares how we can defend our testimony of the gospel against the wickedness of the world.
“Standing Up for What We Believe.” Young adults share their experience of standing alone in defense of their faith.
“My Chance to Stand.” In this New Era article, a mission president’s daughter stands for the truth as the only member in her school.
“Rose Marie Takes a Stand.” This Friend article tells the story of Rose Marie Reid, a Latter-day Saint swimsuit designer in the 1950s who stood up for her standards.
Just as Abinadi was sustained to fulfill his calling to testify and call the people to repentance, the Lord will help those today who serve Him.
“In the Strength of the Lord.” In this general conference address, Elder David A. Bednar shares how the Lord sustains him in his work for the Church. He also teaches that if we rely on the strength of the Lord, He will sustain us as well.
“Whom the Lord Calls He Qualifies.” This Ensign article explains the nature of callings in the Church and how the Lord will help us fulfill them.
“Alma Believed Abinadi.” Read this month’s scripture story in the Friend with your children to learn how Abinadi and Alma shared the gospel.
“Abinadi Was Courageous.” Cut out this Book of Mormon hero card and do the activities on it to learn more about Abinadi.