What can lying do to me? We see it with Kishkumen.
A sad chapter as contention and disagreement tear apart Pahoran's family. The Gadianton robbers show up for the first time.
The end of the book of Alma and we transition from Alma and Helaman.
Moroni and Pahoran take out the Kingmen and then finish off the war with the Lamanites, we see 2-3 great conversations that you could have with your family out of this chapter!
Pahoran responds to Moroni and teaches us a powerful lesson of what to do when our feelings have been hurt.
Moroni writes to Pahoran and expresses frustration with his "slothfulness." We see the connection between believing in God's goodness and us acting to help others.
Moroni gets good news and shares it, then has some doubt and fear about the state of the Nephites.
The 2000 Stripling Warriors last battle as the Nephites take back another city they had lost to the Lamanites.
The stripling warriors show up again and help in another important Nephite battle.
The stripling warriors story comes to life and we get a look at how they made a very difficult decision.
Moroni responds by taking back his prisoners using trickery and the Lamanites own vices against them. We are reminded how we can avoid the "snares" of Satan
Moroni and Ammoron send letters back and forth...it doesn't go well. Never forget, the other person always thinks they are right!
It's about time the 2000 stripling warriors show up! We see them for the first time in this chapter and learn about what causes problems for the Nephites...it's a secret.
Moroni and Teancum fight against the Lamanites and are able to take 1 city back.
Moroni has to fight against his own people and that opens the door for the Lamanites to invade and have success.
The happiest time ever in the history of the Book of Mormon and how we deal with people who have hurt us.
Amalickiah sends his people to battle against the Nephites but doesn't win.
Moroni is an example of how we can be more like Christ in 5 key areas of our lives.
Amalickiah lies and murders his way to being King of the Lamanites. We are reminded to stay in our safe places!
The title of liberty is introduced and Moroni leads the people against Amalickiah.
Alma's last counsel to his son and the beginning of the pride cycle. Plus we see a very simple path to finding God's blessings.
Moroni and Zarahemnah wrap up their battle. How can the same thing happen and one person explain it as faith and the other person refuse to believe that? We see it in Alma 44 with Moroni and Zarahemnah
The war chapters begin. Moroni leads the people into battle and we discuss why each side is fighting.
The greatest Book of Mormon teaching on Justice and Mercy. How do those two concepts interact?