Mormon Monday: Tell Me The Stories of Jesus

Our church has an amazing website.  Actually, our church has lots of things, including its very own, unique culture (which becomes increasingly unique the closer to Utah one gets, but I digress . . .).

Anyhoo, on the website they now have a page where you can download (for free!) in audio, video, or print format, scripture stories for children.  I know most of my regular readers won’t be interested in the Book of Mormon or Doctrine and Covenants stories (of course, most of my regular readers skip Mormon Mondays anyway), but I also figured some of you would appreciate the Bible stories for children.

They are broken down by Old and New Testaments, and you can pick and choose the ones you want or download them all.

Did I mention they are free?

And you can preview them before downloading, in case you are thinking, “Free Bible stories for the kiddos would be great, but I don’t know if I trust those Mormons.  They might sneak something . . . I don’t know . . . something Mormon in there.”

Between the free downloads for the kiddies and my CD courses from The Teaching Company, I think I need to ask for some sort of mp3 player for my birthday.

Though some of these pillows and/or shams would be nice, too.

But this isn’t about me and my upcoming observance of getting old, it’s about you and your opportunity to get free Bible stories on your mp3 player (because you all are much cooler than I am, and already have one).

And George, if you’re out there, Tewt the Newt says hello.

6 thoughts on “Mormon Monday: Tell Me The Stories of Jesus

  1. I read them; just don’t have much to say usually. But I will say this: that green velvet pillow is beautiful. And for heaven’s sake, lady, get an iPod! They’re so cheap these days. You’ll love it, I promise.

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  2. Thanks for the heads up on the children’s stories. We are on our second time through the Children’s Bible with Ben and I don’t want it to get boring. Right before bed we say, “Let’s see what Jesus has been up to…” so we’re always looking for new ways to incorporate scripture.

    I really enjoy your Mormon Monday writings, and I’m a Presbyterian. I was telling my husband about the young guys who helped you bury your St. Bernard and I burst into tears. No matter what anyone’s religion is, it’s beautiful to see the hands and feet of Christ in action!

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  3. Thanks for letting me know about this great resource. I relate to your “technical difficulties”. My husband gave me an MP3 player and I can’t even figure out how to use it! (ok, call me stupid, but the directions need a magnifying glass and a course in Chinese)

    Anyway, I second Ben Show’s comments. It is beautiful to see the gospel of Christ put into action. One of my favorite nights of the week in our home has always been Monday. Our children are teenagers now, and we take turns teaching the lessons (and choosing the treat) and it is a joy! Family Time is a precious treasure.

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  4. Why don’t you get a Blackberry ; ) I recently got one. I can check my gmail account, Google Reader, Google Calendar, play mp3s, and use Google Maps with GPS free. Of course, it’s also a phone… and cheaper than an iphone.

    Andrea

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  5. Nancy

    Aack!!! I love you and all, but $100 per pillow or sham, and $200 for a throw? You have developed some mighty expensive tastes.

    Oh, I picked up something for you in South Carolina anyway, so guess I won’t be getting you something from your list. Unless I get you an inexpensive MP3 player, but I’m figuring McH already did that.

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