After almost three years, we’ve just about made it all the way through the Bible in felt. These have been great FHEs for us. Now I need something new.
We’ve finally read the entire Book of Mormon as a family, all of us (those that can read, anyway) taking turns verse by verse. It only took us four and a half years, and we’re ready to do it again.
I can’t take credit for this idea–these are sometimes called Resurrection Eggs and they’ve been around for a few years.
BMS: The People of Ammon MBM: Anti-Nephi-Lehies
MBM: Alma BMS: Alma Teaches and Baptizes
(Completely unreleted to everything but I just had to mention: my three-year-old noticed that the skin on the bottom of my foot is peeling and asked, “Mommy, are you molting?”) BMS: Abinadi and King Noah MBM: Abinadi Theme: We should…
(This is last week’s; I’ll have today’s later today. Sorry to get behind; I was out of town.) BMS: King Benjamin MBM: King Benjamin Scripture: Mosiah 5:7 Theme: We can follow Jesus Christ. Resources: 1. The June 1992 Friend has…
MBM: There is a Christ BMS: Jacob and Sherem
BMS: A New Home in the Promised Land MBM: The Promised Land–The Nephites
My main hope with this lesson is that Children’s Protective Services doesn’t knock on the door while the three-year-old is tied to the chair.
BMS: Lehi’s Dream MBM: (not included)
BMS: The Brass Plates MBM: Nephi’s Faith (Actual thing that happened during this lesson: Me: “So why did they need to get the brass plates?” Nathan, two years old: “Because they didn’t have anything to eat dinner off of!”)
BMS: Lehi Leaves Jerusalem MBM: The Wilderness
For an explanation of these FHE lessons, click here.
In our family, we tie our FHEs to our daily scripture study. We go through the standard works sequentially, study one story per week, and base our FHE on that story. We’ve made it through the OT and NT this…