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3 Nephi 20–26
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Come, Follow Me: Book of Mormon—Support Articles and Activities

October 12–18

3 Nephi 20–26

“Ye Are the Children of the Covenant”

Come Follow Me - Support Event October 12-18 : 3 Nephi 20-26

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.

3 Nephi 22; 24

God’s Mercy for Those Who Return

God loves all His children, including those who may have strayed from the gospel path. When we repent and return to God, He is full of mercy and love.

Articles

  • Consider the Goodness and Greatness of God.” In this general conference address, Elder Dale G. Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles testifies that the Savior “loves to heal wounds you cannot heal” and “to fix what has been irreparably broken.”

  • The Last Duckling.” In this New Era article, learn how a young man being lowered into a sewer by a stranger to save a duckling learned a powerful lesson about the Savior’s Atonement.

  • Tyler Tries Again.” This story from the Friend tells about a boy who learned what it means to repent.

Activities

  • Bright Idea Poster.” Print this poster about making mistakes and trying again and hang it up where your family can see it. (From the Friend.)

  • Funstuff: A Little Better Every Day.” Match the wrong choices with the right choices the children made the next day. (From the Friend.)

3 Nephi 25:5–6

Hearts Turned to Our Ancestors

The purpose of temple and family history work is to turn our hearts to those who have already passed on. When we participate in this work, we are blessing both ourselves and our ancestors.

Articles

  • Turning Our Hearts.” This Ensign article shows fun ways to get the whole family involved in family history work.

  • Family History: Peace, Protection, and Promises.” In this Ensign article, Elder Bradley D. Foster, now an emeritus member of the Seventy, describes the many blessings of being involved with family history and temple work.

  • Family History Party.” In this story from the Friend, read how one family celebrates their family history.

Activities

  • Family Memory Bingo.” Look through old family photo books to see if you can find the things on this bingo card! (From the Friend.)

  • I Can Climb My Family Tree!” Print out copies of this page and help your children fill out the information about the family. (From the Friend.)