You remember how Alma lived a sad and hopeful and happy life? Well in the process he gained a lot of ideas about life. And they weren’t just his ideas. They were ideas he learned from his father. And they were ideas he learned from an angel. And they were ideas he learned from God. … Continue reading A sermon about a book called Life, written by God (Alma 4-12)
We’re going to tell you a lot about the young Alma over the next several stories. He spent his whole life trying to do good and to help others to be good. So you might think that there’s not much to talk about. If you are being good, and helping others to be good, then … Continue reading The man whose life was hard but who nevertheless hoped and hoped (Alma 1-29)
Do you remember how Alma and a bunch of people were happy because they trusted God? Well not everyone was happy. Alma was only one of the priests of Noah. And he wasn’t even the head priest. The head priest was Amulon. And after Alma had run away, Amulon was left to convince Noah that … Continue reading Amulon who was not brave (Mosiah 25-28)
This story is about one of the priests that Noah hired to tell him that he was good and that everything he did was good. His name was Alma. Alma was one of the priests who had mixed yellow with red and made orange. They had gone around painting the walls orange. The pictures on … Continue reading The priest who was imperfect but decided to accept God’s love anyway (Mosiah 18-24)
Zeniff’s son’s name was Noah. Just like Noah from the Bible who built an ark. Only this Noah was a king and he was a bad king. We know he was a bad king because he did bad things. He made other people work for him while he sat and watched. And with his money … Continue reading King Noah and what he was missing (Mosiah 11-17)
This is a story about a man named Zeniff. Zeniff was dissatisfied. Dissatisfied, a definition: A rich woman can be as dissatisfied as a poor man. It has nothing to do with what you have or don’t have. Nothing in the world can make you satisfied. No food. No toy. No trophy will make you … Continue reading Zeniff, who was dissatisfied (Mosiah 9-10)
So, we’re taking a little break from Come Follow Me this week. We figured, since we’ve already written on King Benjamin’s sermon, this week would be the perfect time to announce our newest project: We’re making a board book! It’s something we’ve wanted to do ever since Clarence has become interested in books. Our favorites … Continue reading We’re making a board book!
Artwork by Lauren Blair Mosiah’s son’s name was Benjamin. Benjamin became the king and so people called him King Benjamin. We don’t know too much about his life but we know he was humble because he had learned how to be humble from his father Mosiah. And so before he died, he decided he needed … Continue reading Benjamin the King and a lot of tents (Mosiah 1-5)