Ammon, Son of Mosiah See also Anti-Nephi-Lehies; Mosiah, Son of Benjamin; Mosiah, Sons of In the Book of Mormon, a son of King Mosiah. Ammon served as a missionary whose diligent efforts helped to convert many souls to Christ. Was an unbeliever who sought to destroy the Church, Mosiah 27:8–10, 34. An angel appeared to him and his companions, Mosiah 27:11. Repented and began preaching the word of God, Mosiah 27:32–28:8. Refused to be named king and went instead to the land of the Lamanites to preach the word of God, Alma 17:6–9. Fasted and prayed for guidance, Alma 17:8–11. Was taken bound to King Lamoni, Alma 17:20–21. Saved Lamoni’s flocks, Alma 17:26–39. Preached to Lamoni, Alma 18:1–19:13. Thanked God and was overpowered with joy, Alma 19:14. His converts never fell away, Alma 23:6. Rejoiced in being an instrument in God’s hands in bringing thousands to the truth, Alma 26:1–8 (Alma 26). Led the people of Anti-Nephi-Lehi to safety, Alma 27. Felt great joy in meeting Alma, Alma 27:16–18.