As part of my church calling responsibilities in the primary presidency, I plan the quarterly activities. This time the theme was Book of Mormon Warriors to encourage our goal this year to increase the children’s scripture reading. The children created their own warrior armor to represent spiritual reminders.
Here is Colton’s headband on which he wrote something righteous that his mother tells him to do. Just like the 2,000 stripling warriors of Helaman who remembered what their mothers told them. (Alma 56:46-48)
It says: Be Kind.
They also made breastplates and decorated them with ways they can resist temptation and make good choices.
Colton drew a picture of his Museum School logo to represent that he should continue to learn what is right.
Once they were all suited up, they signed our primary Title of Liberty, like Moroni (Alma 46:19-20).
(Rylan refused to wear any “armor” or headband. He just wanted to hold the “flag” and talk in the microphone.)