Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review of Teaching the Book of Mormon

I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the holy scriptures are a very important part of my life. I study the Bible and The Book of Mormon. I love how the scriptures teach of Jesus Christ and I'm always looking for ways to impart my love of the Savior to my children. This new book that I'm reviewing today is a valuable resource for parents, teachers, seminary teachers, etc. It's written by John S. Bushman, Reed Romney, John R. Manis, & Curt R. Wakefield.

The format is excellent and easy to navigate. I love the large size of the book, about the size of a piece of 8 1/2" X by 11" paper--great manual, easy to jot down notes and work in to bring the meat of the scriptures to those you are teaching.

Teaching the Book of Mormon is full of powerful teaching ideas to change lives. Helpful components include creative object lessons, group activities, discussion questions and more to build an influential atmosphere of learning and interaction. With this all-inclusive resource, parents and teachers will engage their children, their seminary students, or their Sunday School class in powerful learning. It contains creative & powerful lesson ideas and a place for personal notes and the scripture text all in a glance to make putting together a powerful lesson a snap.

Note that this is only Part 1 covering 1 Nephi to Alma 16, so there will be more to come. If you're looking for a great teaching help, a resource that will answer questions and spark discussion, this is the book for you!

 A little about the authors: John Bushman, Reed Romney, John Manis, and Curt Wakefield have been teaching the scriptures for many years to youth and young adults. In this book they are sharing dozens of years of great ideas.
To find out more about Teaching the Book of Mormon and to peek inside, visit us at


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