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.
The faith and perseverance that the converted sons of Mosiah showed in sharing the gospel made it possible for many Lamanites to be converted.
“Converted unto the Lord.” In this general conference address, Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles teaches us how conversion is an ongoing process in our lives that happens as we strive to be a better disciple of Jesus Christ.
“Ten Ways to Know You Are Converted.” This New Era article breaks down what it means to be converted as well as discussing how we can become more converted.
“What Is True Conversion?” In this Friend article, Elder Richard G. Scott (1928–2015) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles defines conversion and what it means for us.
“A Church for Zulma.” This Friend story tells how Sister Zulma González found the restored Church of Jesus Christ.
“Ammon, a Great Servant.” Use these cutouts from the Friend to tell the story of Ammon teaching King Lamoni.
“Let’s Put on a Pageant! Ammon and the Lamanite King.” Use this script to act out the story of Ammon teaching the king and queen. (From the Friend.)
“Ammon: A Great Servant.” Watch this Book of Mormon video with your family to learn more about Ammon and the conversion of King Lamoni and his people.
Abish is one of the few named women in the Book of Mormon. She had been converted years before Ammon came to teach among the Lamanites. In gathering the people together to witness the power of God and reaching out her hand to the queen, she played a crucial role in the conversion of many of King Lamoni’s people.
“Abish: A Common Servant, a True Testimony.” Read this article from the Ensign to learn more about Abish and her role in the conversion of many Lamanites.
“Abish and the Queen.” This New Era article teaches us more about Abish and the things that we can learn from her life.
“Abish Shared the Gospel.” This month’s illustrated scripture story from the Friend tells how Abish helped others learn about the gospel. Includes a coloring page.
“Abish and Abby.” Find out how a girl named Abby shared the gospel like Abish did! (From the Friend.)
“Abish Was a Missionary.” Cut out this card from the June 2016 Friend and invite your children to do the activities, encouraging them to make good choices like Abish did.
“Who Am I?” How well do you know your Book of Mormon heroes? Play this guess-who game to find out!
“Abish Gathered the People.” Print this activity page for your children to color. Can they help Abish find a path through the maze? (From the Scripture Stories Coloring Book series.)