“Making History,” Liahona, July 2012, 62–63
Soma, Eszter, and Kata B. live in Budapest, Hungary, a city with a history of palaces, royalty, and beautiful art and buildings. Though the children learn about the history of their city in school, they are also interested in learning about another type of history—Church history.
“I like to learn about when Joseph Smith prayed and Heavenly Father and Jesus appeared to him,” Eszter, age 7, says.
Soma, age 10, likes to read about Alma the Younger. “He was bad at first, but I like how he then chose to be good.”
Not a lot of people in Budapest know about Joseph Smith or Alma the Younger, but Soma, Eszter, and Kata, age 5, hope that as they show good examples and choose the right, more Hungarians will learn about the Church.