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.
Jesus Christ invites us to “let [our] light so shine before this people, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is in heaven” (3 Nephi 12:16). How do we let our light shine?
“That Our Light May Be a Standard for the Nations.” In this general conference address, Elder Benjamín De Hoyos of the Seventy encourages us to be a light to others by observing the Sabbath day, hastening the work of salvation, and teaching in the Savior’s way.
“Be a Shining Light.” One young woman shares how her friend’s example eventually led to her conversion. (From the New Era.)
“Let Your Light Shine.” In this Friend article, President Thomas S. Monson (1927–2018) shares how we can let the Savior’s light shine through us.
Jesus Christ taught the twelve Nephite disciples that they would be blessed as they followed His commandments. Our Heavenly Father knows that we need certain things, and He promises that we will receive them as we seek His kingdom first in our lives. (See 3 Nephi 13:31–33.)
“Obedience Brings Blessings.” In this general conference address, President Thomas S. Monson (1927–2018) teaches us that obedience to God’s commandments will bring us blessings of knowledge, answers, and strength.
“To Stay or Obey?” In this New Era article, one young man shares how he was blessed by choosing to be obedient and serving a mission.
“Soccer and Sundays.” In this Friend article, Elder Jörg Klebingat of the Seventy shares how he chose to keep the Sabbath day holy instead of playing soccer. Includes a maze activity.
“Why Is Being Obedient So Important?” In this Friend article, President Russell M. Nelson shares how keeping the commandments brings blessings.
“Coloring Page: I Can Make Good Choices.” Print this page from the Friend for your children to color.