I finally finished the Book of Mormon character sets. This Summer's been extra busy but I had a little time on my hands over the weekend.
I wasn't sure where to begin, I decided to start with the Brother of Jared. Of course, you can study these pages in any order you choose.
I received a questions about how to find the lineage and definition of Book of Mormon names. This is good question and one I've struggled with myself. But there is a project in the works that should be published soon with this information. It states in the article that, "One way to defend the Book of Mormon is by a study of its proper names and origins". Find the article here. There is mention of some of the major names in the BOM in the article, so that may be somewhat helpful for now. I guess you'll have to come back to those sections and fill them in later :)
You can print either the odd or even pages from your printer so you get all style pages you'd like. Most printers have this as an option.
Both sets are the same layout as the Old Testament and New Testament pages and include additional blank pages for people you'd like to study not included in this set.
I'm still working on the Book of Mormon Character Journal Pages and hope to have them completed in the next couple weeks. In the meantime, I need some copywork notebooks for my son for the over the summer. If you have any request, please feel free to leave a comment and let me know - I'm open to any and all suggestions. Thanks!
This notebook includes:
8 copywork notebooking pages using cursive writing
If you'd like this notebook with cursive and primary lines, or manuscript with basic or primary-lines, let me know and I'd be happy to make those as well. It really only takes a few minutes for me to change that.
Studying the characters of the people in the scriptures is a great way for your children to connect with the principles being taught and learn how to better apply them to their lives. There are so many great examples in the bible to follow, as well as, some not so great examples to learn from of how not to behave.
There are 2 different sets in this collection of notebooking pages. Unlike theOld Testamentpages, I put these into two separate files. They are the same layout as the OT pages, with additional pages for people you'd like to study not included in these sets.
One note, I usually use MediaFire to store and link to my large files, however, MediaFire has been... well being a stinker and not working well for me.... so I'm uploading to Scribd.
Today is Easter and it's been quite an emotional day for me. I've spent a lot of time reflecting on my Savior and his great and infinite atonement. I'm humbled by his sacrifice for me and all who have and will ever live. My heart is full of gratitude for my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
"I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosever liveth and believeth in me shall never die."