3 Nephi 27–4 Nephi
October 2020

Come, Follow Me: Book of Mormon—Support Articles and Activities

October 19–25

3 Nephi 27–4 Nephi

“There Could Not Be a Happier People”

young adult friends with arms around each other

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 27:1–12

Christ’s Church Called in His Name

The twelve Nephite disciples asked Jesus Christ what the name of the Church should be because people had differing opinions. Christ replied that just as we are all commanded to take His name upon us, His Church should likewise be called in His name (see 3 Nephi 27:5–7). Why is the name of the Church so important?


  • The Correct Name of the Church.” In this general conference address, President Russell M. Nelson testifies of the importance of calling the Church by the correct name.

  • Call the Church in His Name.” In this New Era article, one young woman learns that by using the correct name of the Church, she has an opportunity to testify of Christ to her friends.

  • The Correct Name of the Church.” This Friend article by President Russell M. Nelson is adapted from his general conference message (see above).


4 Nephi 1:1–18

Conversion Brings Unity and Happiness

After Christ’s visit to the Americas, all the people were converted to Him and His gospel (see 4 Nephi 1:2). A unified and joyous community was created as everyone lived the gospel and followed Christ.


  • One in Christ.” In this general conference address, Elder Ulisses Soares of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles explains how we can love and support others, especially new members, as we strive to be disciples of Christ.

  • Different but the Same.” Read a child-friendly message from President Henry B. Eyring about being united in the gospel. Includes an activity page.


  • The Random Acts of Kindness Wall.” Try this activity from the Friend with your family this week. How does serving together help your family feel more united?