Using the November 2000 Liahona

“Using the November 2000 Liahona,” Liahona, Nov. 2000, 48

Using the November 2000 Liahona

Are you looking for a story or quotation for a talk, class, family home evening lesson, or seminary devotional? You might find some helpful ideas in this issue of the Liahona.

Family Home Evening Ideas

  • “Finding the Abundant Life,” page 2: Discuss President James E. Faust’s words: “The Church has not and, in my opinion, should not speak on every disputed question.”

  • “From Zion to Destruction: Lessons of 4 Nephi,” page 14: What three conditions characterize the people of Zion? How can you nurture these conditions in your family or in your ward or branch?

  • “The Future You,” page 22: Have each family member think about what his or her life will be like in 10 years. Let each describe what he or she envisions.

  • “Angela’s Faith,” page F8: Help children understand that when we keep the commandments and choose the right, other people may still be unkind or unfair to us. Why can’t the Lord change people who do not want to change?

Call for Couple Missionary Stories

Have you and your spouse served a mission together? We invite you to send stories and articles to Couple Missionary Service, Liahona, Floor 24, 50 East North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150-3223, USA; or e-mail to Please include your complete name, address, telephone number, and ward and stake (or branch and district).

Photo illustration by Steve Bunderson