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 we believe in Jesus Christ and act under His name and direction, we can be blessed with miracles in our lives.
“A God of Miracles.” In this general conference address, Sister Sydney S. Reynolds, former First Counselor in the Primary General Presidency, shares a personal story to illustrate how we can appreciate the mighty, everyday miracles in our lives.
“Keeping the Orphans Warm.” In this Friend article, read how George Müller (1805–1898) had faith that God could bless a group of orphans with a miracle.
“Jesus Christ Is Our Savior.” In this Friend article, read how Jairus showed faith in Jesus, who raised Jairus’s daughter from the dead.
“Jesus Brings Lazarus Back to Life.” Read the story of Jesus and Lazarus, and then do the activity of matching scripture references with pictures of Christ’s miracles.
Although we all have weaknesses and shortcomings, we can be strengthened by Jesus Christ and His Atonement. How has the Savior helped strengthen you in your life?
“The Weak and the Simple of the Church.” In this general conference address, President Boyd K. Packer (1924–2015), then Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, shows how the Lord strengthens the weak to help lead and serve in His Church.
“You Don’t Have to Be Perfect to Do God’s Work.” In this New Era article, learn from the life of the Prophet Joseph Smith how turning to the Savior helps us overcome our weaknesses.
“Weak Things Stronger.” In this Friend article, Parker learns that he doesn’t have to be perfect and that the Savior is there to help him.
“Coloring Page: I Have Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.” Print this page for your children to color.