Lesson 26: Captain Moroni and the Title of Liberty

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Remember as you teach Primary 4 Lesson 26: Captain Moroni and the Title of Liberty, the overall purpose is to teach that true freedom comes by resisting evil and keeping Heavenly Father’s commandments.

Here's another adult coloring page, this time of Moroni and the title of liberty.

Review last week's lesson and begin this week's with Alma Chapters 43-49 Lesson Kit from The Redheaded Hostess.

The following are links to LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.

Teacher Study

"Preserving Agency, Protecting Religious Freedom" by Elder Robert D. Hales

"Young Women- Titles of Liberty" by Sister Sharon G. Larsen


Captain Moroni and the Title of Liberty (about 2 minutes)- Illustrated scripture story



"Keep the Commandments"- Children's Songbook pg. 146

"My Flag, My Flag"- Children's Songbook pg. 225

"Stand for the Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 159

"Choose the Right Way"- Children's Songbook pg. 160

"Dare to Do Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 158

"Nephi's Courage"- Children's Songbook pg. 120


My Primary 4 Lesson 26 handout packet includes:

  • Blank title of liberty to make your own flag
  • Title of liberty to use with the Attention Activity
  • Journal page
  • Captain Moroni page labeled with the armor of God
  • Coloring page- 1 boy, 1 girl

Click the image to print

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Activity Ideas

Follow Righteous Leaders- Flannel figures to help you tell the story 

Captain Moroni- Scripture figures to cut and use

Captain Moroni- Poster

Captain Moroni Was Brave- Scripture hero card

Captain Moroni's Flag- Short story- Cut the photos out and see if you class can tell the story.

I Can Read the Book of Mormon- TItle of Liberty coloring page. Great to give as homework

Title of Liberty- (scroll all the way to the bottom) Decode what is written on the title of liberty