This is a story about a man named Zeniff. Zeniff was discontent. Discontent a definition A rich woman can be as discontent as a poor man. It has nothing to do with what you have or don’t have. Nothing in the world can make you content. No food. No toy. No trophy will make you … Continue reading Zeniff, who thought the Lamanites’ grass was greener
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
Artwork by Lauren Blair This is a story about a baby who was born right in the middle of human history. He grew up to be a good boy and a perfect man. His name was Jesus. You have probably heard his name before. Did you know that he knows your name, too? He knows … Continue reading Easter morning: blossoms for thorns
Art by Lauren Blair You are a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Do you know what that means? It means you are committed to Jesus (after all, the church is “of Jesus Christ”). Committed: a definition Being committed means to turn to someone, hold out your hand to them and … Continue reading General Conference and commitment
Jacob had a son named Enos. But before we tell the story of Enos, we need to tell you a little more about Jacob. Jacob was getting old. Before he died, he had an idea. He wanted to send missionaries to the Lamanites. He called it Project Love My Brother, because, remember, the Lamanites were his brothers. They were the family of Laman and Lemuel, his two oldest brothers.
Art by Lauren Blair This book will be made of paper because paper is thin and light and you can fit a lot of pages between two covers. Paper is also nice because when you are done reading, you can fold the corner over to mark your place. But you should know that some people … Continue reading A book and a lot of hands (Omni)
Art by Lauren Blair Jacob wanted to explain how Jesus was like a rock that people passed by and said, “rock, you are big and strong, but you are also heavy and I cannot lift you. So I am going to find other smaller rocks to build my house with.” And then, lo and behold, … Continue reading The olive tree, which was like a rock, and was also like people (Jacob 5)