Come Follow Me 6/10/20204 – Devotionals & FHE for Children

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Family Home Evening for Come Follow Me 6/10 for Kids


Teach Me to Walk in the Light (Children’s #177)


Introduction prior to Alma 5 then Alma 5:1-2, 16-24, 27


  • Alma needed to teach all of the people in the land of Zarahemla
  • He was worried about the people and their conversion.  Their hearts weren’t in the right place.
  • This week we will study what Alma taught the people.  He said a lot of things, but the big message is that Jesus can change anyone’s heart if you’ll let Him.
  • Have you ever gone on a trip or gone somewhere and not been prepared?
  • What kind of preparation did you forget to do? Why?
  • How would you feel if you got to Heavenly Father and you weren’t prepared?
  • What kind of preparation should you do to meet God?


Play “Going on a trip


Trail mix

Scripture of the Week for Come Follow Me 6/10 for Kids

Work on memorizing this scripture with your children during the week for Come Follow Me 6/10: Alma 7:14

Now I say unto you that ye must repent, and be born again; for the Spirit saith if ye are not born again ye cannot inherit the kingdom of heaven;

You can download these tracing sheets as a PDF.

Devotionals for Come Follow Me 6/10 for Kids

Remember that these are guidelines for you to use in your daily Come, Follow Me 6/10 devotionals with your children!  Please don’t feel as though you have to use every single question, journal entry, or activity.  Just make sure you look at the activity in advance so you can gather any materials they may require.

Here is a general outline for each devotional for Come Follow Me 6/10:

  • Start by singing the song together and saying a prayer
  • Read the scripture together, then your family can have a discussion using the questions/comments provided.
  • Copy the journal entries into a spiral notebook.  The child or the parent can write the question at the top, after which the child can write or draw an answer.
  • Have fun together doing the activity as a family!

Modifications for older children for Come, Follow Me 6/10 daily devotionals:

  • Explore the footnotes for each of the scriptures listed in Come, Follow Me 6/10
  • Ask additional discussion questions found in the Personal Study section of Come, Follow Me – For Home and Church: Book of Mormon 2024 for Come Follow Me 6/10
  • Instead of answering the journal entry with a drawing, you can create a study journal (a simple spiral notebook will work) to answer the question with a few sentences or paragraphs, depending on the child’s age.
  • Here are some ideas for marking your scriptures.

Monday Devotional



Alma 5:11-14, 26


  • This week as we study Alma’s words, we’re going to “liken” them to ourselves.
  • President M. Russell Ballard said: “I need to regularly take time to ask myself, ‘How am I doing?’ … As a guide for me during this private, personal review, I like to read and ponder the introspective words found in the fifth chapter of Alma.”
  • Every question that Alma asked those people, we’re going to ask ourselves.
  • Alma taught a lot of things, but the biggest message is that Jesus can change anyone’s heart if they let Him.
  • Has your heart been changed? How can you keep it changed?

Journal Entry

Choose one of the questions in today’s reading and write an answer.


Make hard hearts and soft hearts

Tuesday Devotional


Lead, Kindly Light (Hymns #97)


Alma 5:147:19–20


  • What do you think it means to have the Savior’s image in our countenance?
  • It means when others see us, they see us acting like He would.
  • One way to do that is following the path back to Heavenly Father that He walked.
  • How did Jesus show us the path back to Heavenly Father?
  • What choices would be on the straight path? The crooked path?

Journal Entry

What choices can I make today that will keep me on the straight path?


Run races with each other, but do it silly (crooked and straight paths)

Wednesday Devotional


I Know My Father Lives (Children’s #5)


Alma 5:45-48


  • Alma tells the people that he knows all of these things are true. How does he know them?
  • The Holy Ghost told him! This is the same Alma that saw an angel, but he doesn’t say that the angel is how he knows the truth.
  • Testimonies come from the Holy Ghost and feeling it in our hearts. Laman and Lemuel also saw an angel, but they didn’t have testimonies.
  • How can we gain our own testimonies? How can we make them grow? How do baby animals grow?
  • How can we know our testimonies are growing?

Journal Entry

How does the Holy Ghost talk to me?


Coloring page: “My faith in Jesus Christ grows when I listen to the Holy Ghost”

Thursday Devotional


Oh, Hush Thee, My Baby (Children’s #78)


Alma 7:3-10, 23-25


  • After Alma taught the people in Zarahemla, but then he went to the people of Gideon, who were a lot more righteous.
  • Because they weren’t making the same mistakes and sins, he could talk to them about happier, better things – the Savior and His birth.
  • What do we learn about the Savior in these verses?
  • What does Alma teach about following the Savior’s example? What things does he list that we should always do?

Journal Entry

What do I need to do to stay on the right path?


Make a paper heart like the one here, but use the virtues in today’s reading.

Friday Devotional


I Stand All Amazed (Hymns #193)


Alma 7:7–16


  • Do you ever feel like no one understands you?
  • One of the best parts of Alma’s talk with the people of Gideon is about the Savior.
  • What did the Savior suffer for us in the Garden of Gethsemane? How can that help me not feel alone?
  •  How does it help us to know that Jesus understands our struggles? How do we receive His help?
  • Make a chart with the headings What the Savior suffered and Why He suffered and list what you find in Alma 7:7–16.
  • How does His suffering make a difference in our everyday lives?
  • The Savior not just the punishment of our sins, but also our pain, hurt, etc. What does this mean for you?

Journal Entry

What can I do when I feel alone or misunderstood?


Gethsemane coloring page

Primary Children’s Activities for Come Follow Me 6/10

The Come, Follow Me – Home and Church: Book of Mormon 2024 manual suggests that you look at this month’s issue of the Friend magazine for more ideas.

There is also an activity page in this week’s section of the CFM manual.

Sunday Ideas for Kids for Come Follow Me 6/10

Use Sundays for a time of reflection; share what you discussed that day in each of your classes.  Did you learn anything new or hear a different perspective about what you studied this week?

If you went to a class that did not use the Come, Follow Me 6/10 Manual, then share what stood out to you the most in your class.

Take a few minutes to talk about what parts of Sacrament Meeting you felt like were meant for you

If your younger children are struggling during Sacrament Meeting, try using these Ideas and Activities to Keep Toddlers and Kids Quiet During Church

Here are some activities that go along with this week’s topic in Come Follow Me 6/10

Sunday Kids Activities for Come Follow Me 6/10

  • Do this week’s free activity pages from Color Me Christian (or do them in the workbook if you purchased it from Amazon).
  • Read Dale G. Renlund, “Preserving the Heart’s Mighty Change,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2009, 97–99.
  • Listen to the song “His Image In Your Countenance” by Janice Kapp Perry several times. Try to learn the lyrics and sing along.
  • Read “Return and Receive,” Ensign or Liahona, May 2017, 64.
  • Watch the live-action video on the LDS website for Alma 4-7.
  • Iinvite family members to review Alma 5:14–33 and find questions Alma asked to prepare his people to meet God. Perhaps each family member could choose a question and share how it can help us prepare to meet God.
  • Read this illustration about the Savior suffering in Gethsemane
  • Make this tree that shows the fruits of the Atonement.
  • Read the words of the song “He Sent His Son” (Children’s Songbook, 34).  Discuss each verse and talk about those aspects of the Savior.
  • Watch the video Video: Bible Videos, “The Savior Suffers in Gethsemane”
  • Read Alma 5:14.  Look in a mirror and ask the children what they see.  Use this object lesson.  What does it mean for us to receive Christ’s image in our countenances?  Listen to the song “His Image in Your Countenance”
  • Use an empty balloon to represent a testimony and blow air into it each time you share something that helps testimonies grow. Tie the balloon and pass it around, asking the children to share one thing they can do to help their testimonies grow. Invite the children to draw themselves doing things that will strengthen their testimonies.
  • Read together Alma 7:19, and explain that after we are born again, we must follow “the path which leads to the kingdom of God.” Hide papers around the room with the following scripture references written on them: Alma 5:12–13, 27–28, 577:14–16, 23–24. Invite the children to find the papers, look up the scriptures, and share what each scripture teaches we must do to return to God’s presence.
  • Invite the children to read Alma 7:11–13, looking for the things Jesus Christ suffered. They may be willing to share experiences when they felt pain, sickness, or afflictions. According to these verses, why was the Savior willing to suffer all of this? (Explain that “succor” means “to help.”)

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