Book of Mormon Lesson 30: “The Great Plan of Happiness”

Alma 40-42—How does a failure to understand the plan of salvation make us weaker in the face of temptation? How did understanding death and resurrection help Corianton? How will it help you? How does understanding the atonement change our course? Also, an attention activity we actually like! Bill Doolittle is with us.

Book of Mormon Lesson 29: “Give Ear to My Words”

Alma 36-39—Alma sits down with his three sons, Helaman, Shiblon, and Corianton, to bear testimony and offer encouragement before he disappears. What can parents learn from Alma’s counsel? Too often we lean solely on Corianton’s experience to inform our view of parenting, but even parenting “untroubled” kids requires tact and finesse. Brad Lammi joins us to talk about these great passages.

Book of Mormon Lesson 30 – “The Great Plan of Happiness”

Alma 40-42 – Alma teaches Corianton about death and the resurrection. How often do we fail to remember Christ’s role in the Plan of Salvation? How does teaching someone, like Corianton, these principles improve his or her chances of being stronger and more valiant.?

Book of Mormon Lesson 29 – “Give Ear to My Words”

Alma 36-39 – Alma teaches his sons, Helaman, Shiblon, and Corianton, about the importance of being humble. Corianton receives counsel and guidance regarding his sins. The Atonement is explained. The power of repentance is real. How can we learn from all of Alma’s sons so that we may be stronger, more faithful people?