Book of Mormon Page Titles {Printable}

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You know how you find something, but you’re not in “that place” in your life (perhaps a fabulous pair of heels, but where would you wear them in your carpooling-and-playgrounds life?), but later on when you come across it again, it’s at exactly the right time?  For me, discovering The Redheaded Hostess was like that. I think I even bookmarked the blog {pre-Pinterest-days}, with the intent to dive in for further study… later.

Well, thanks to my dear friend Pinterest, I recently discovered her again. Clearly, I was ready this time around because I was instantly drawn into her wonderful wealth of knowledge on all things scripture related. Shannon, the Redheaded Hostess herself, has been teaching seminary for fourteen years, and is now preparing for a well-deserved break as she enters a new phase in her life: mommyhood! I’m not quite ready to induct her into the slacker mom club just yet–she’s way too fantastic to be called a slacker–{and I bet her house is clean, too}
but I am loving her blog. In the past couple of months she has taught me so much about marking, studying, and immersing yourself in the scriptures. I know it wasn’t a coincidence I re-found her blog when I did. (And do you know what I would give to doodle like she does??)

One of the best tips I’ve gained from following her blog so far is writing page titles at the top of your scriptures. On each page, simple write a title–a short summary–of what’s on that particular page. It make scripture searching simple; and when you’re deep in the guts of the scriptures and your eyes have started glazing over and you’ve lost track of the story, a quick glance at the page titles remind you quickly what is the gist of the page. I have started teaching my older Primary class to use page titles. This is such a wonderful tool for kids who can read well, but have a difficult time knowing what is going on in the general story. Jacob is saying blah blah – what now? (Glance at the page title) Jacob is telling his people to repent. Ah, gotcha.

Shannon has this to say about her page titles:

These are helpful and useful in several ways:

1-  I can find things really quickly

2-  I pick up on themes and patterns more easily

3-  It is a very interesting element to scripture study.  I look at each page as a general theme and gain different insights.

Since Shannon has several posts for page titles for the Book of Mormon, I thought it would be handy if I could have them all in one document. I took the time to compile her wonderful page titles and with her permission I’m sharing them with you here. In one document I have page titles for the entire Book of Mormon, but I’ve broken it down by major books. This way, if you want to print off all the page titles for Alma, you can set your printer to just print those specific pages, rather than sending the whole document through each time. I hope these inspire you to doodle a bit on your scriptures. :)

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13 Responses to Book of Mormon Page Titles {Printable}

  1. I can’t get the pdf file to work on your blog or hers. Is there anyway you could email it to me? I’d really love to use it in our family scripture studies. Thanks!

    • I just sent them to you. Let me know if you didn’t get them for some reason!

      • Abdul says:

        I really loved this eidpose. I think that you guys expounded on the scriptures and focused on the liberty principles of the gospel very well. I really love the verses in the BOM that talk about if all men were like Moroni that hell could not prevail against them, and what kind of man he was. 17 Yea, verily, verily I say unto you, if all men had been, and were, and ever would be, like unto Moroni, behold, the very powers of hell would have been shaken forever; yea, the devil would never have power over the hearts of the children of men.And this is what kind of man he was:11 And Moroni was a strong and a mighty man; he was a man of a perfect understanding; yea, a man that did not delight in bloodshed; a man whose soul did joy in the liberty and the freedom of his country, and his brethren from bondage and slavery; 12 Yea, a man whose heart did swell with thanksgiving to his God, for the many privileges and blessings which he bestowed upon his people; a man who did labor exceedingly for the welfare and safety of his people. 13 Yea, and he was a man who was firm in the faith of Christ, and he had sworn with an oath to defend his people, his rights, and his country, and his religion, even to the loss of his blood.

  2. Sean says:

    That’s a really neat idea! I’ve been starting to get a bit more in-depth with my study of the Book of Mormon, and I need to get a bit more studious. I think this could really help! Thanks!

  3. Brandon Lott says:

    Thank you this is great, What a great way to study The Book of Mormon. If anyone would like a free copy of the Book of Mormon Click on
    this link. Thank you

  4. Shaleen says:

    Thank you! I did this to my scriptures about a month or two ago, and I LOVE it! Do you have any for the Old or New Testament?

    • Wow, that would be a SERIOUS undertaking. I got the titles from Red Headed Hostess, I simply compiled them into one document. Hopefully she’ll get on those Old & New Testament books ASAP, right?? :) Thanks Shaleen!

  5. […] the end of the FHE Made Easy year lessons, I’ve now included the handy Book of Mormon page titles. Sure, you could grab it off my blog, no problem. But you may as well get it in one easy download, […]

  6. Randy Rimington says:

    I just love the Book of Mormon title page. I was going through the titles and I noticed on page 72 there is a word that doesn’t make sense. What is the title suppose to say? Thanks for your help.

    • Great catch! It should say “we need the resurrection.” Thanks for letting me know!

    • Janie says:

      Jo,You ask a great question. My imemdiate thought is that people are sometimes single for a variety of reasons some choose to be so and others don\’t. Some would love to be married but for whatever reason cannot make it happen. Some are single from the choice of another individual whose consequences have reached beyond themselves. Whatever the reason and whatever your status,\’ I think it\’s important to keep an eternal perspective. God loves you, married or not, and the gospel and Church are truth. What I love about God\’s truth is that it does not adapt to us but that we learn to adapt to it. Whatever I am, it doesn\’t matter to anyone else. I have a personal relationship with Heavenly Father and his Son, Jesus Christ. That faith means that if I\’m living how I know I am supposed to live on the straight and narrow path, whatever God wants for me will happen and I\’ll be all the better for it. As an LDS missionary in England in 2004, I was able to be part of the conversion of a 70 year old single, English man who never before had been very religious. Still single, he enjoys serving others in the local congregation and lives his life according to the commandments to receive the blessings that are in store for him constant companionship from the Holy Spirit to teach him, guide him and comfort him, blessings of friendship through the local congregation, not to mention many eternal blessings that come along with living the gospel. I admire your humility and honest desire in seeking the truth. I urge you to act on the good feelings and promptings you feel so you can continue to receive them. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with some of us. I hope we\’ve helped somehow.

  7. Connie England says:

    I cannot get the pdf to download is there a chance you could email it to me? I am so excited for this!

  8. LuVera says:

    I also could not get the PDF file to open. Could you please email it to me. I’m excited to help my scripture study as I am working on virtue for personal progress!! Thank you for all your time you put into this & for sharing it!!

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