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.
When Christ visited the Americas, many people came to see and listen to Him. His “bowels [were] filled with compassion towards [them]” (3 Nephi 17:6), and He ministered to the large crowd by healing the sick and blessing the children. How can we follow Christ’s example of ministering to all?
“Ministering through the Children and Youth Program.” This Ensign article explores how children, youth, and leaders can minster by helping and inviting others to grow.
“Ministering as the Savior Did.” In this New Era article, find out how you can show love and act on promptings through ministering to those around you.
“Faithful People Followed Jesus.” In this month’s scripture story from the Friend, read about how the Savior ministered to the people in the Americas and how the people ministered to each other after He returned to heaven.
“Funstuff: Who Did What?” Trace the lines in this activity to find out what each child did to serve someone else. (From the Friend.)
“Funstuff: Serving Like Christ.” Look for words about service in this word search. Then use the leftover letters to decode a message about the Savior’s example. (From the Friend.)
Partaking of the sacrament is a powerful time to feel the Spirit each week as we remember Jesus Christ’s sacrifice and our baptismal covenants. How has preparing for the sacrament each week helped you feel the Spirit?
“The Sacrament Can Help Us Become Holy.” In this general conference address, Elder Peter F. Meurs of the Seventy teaches five ways we can be more spiritually filled by the sacrament.
“Become More Christlike through the Sacrament.” In this New Era article, Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles explains how reflecting on the symbolism of the sacrament can help us become more like our Savior, Jesus Christ.
“The Sacrament and Me.” Read a message from President Dallin H. Oaks about the sacrament in this month’s Friend. Includes an activity page that teaches how we can show love for Jesus during the sacrament.