- “A Teacher Cared” (September 2003 Liahona and Friend)
A Primary teacher helps her class to apologize after they hurt a class member’s feelings.
- “Beeline to the Truth” (January 2012 Friend)
Josh feels better when he confesses that he did something wrong.
- “Broken Trust” (April 2009 Friend)
Melinda decides to tell the truth and apologize for breaking a glass figurine.
- “Clean Again” (October 2006 Liahona and Friend)
A girl makes a mistake shortly after her baptism, but she learns she can repent.
- “Cleaning Up Dirt Clods” (September 2013 Friend)
Gabi feels bad after throwing dirt clods in her neighbor’s driveway.
- “Don’t Delay” (June 2004 Friend)
President Henry B. Eyring teaches about daily repentance.
- “Enos Repents” (April 2012 Friend)
Retelling of the story of Enos and his process of repentance.
- “How do I repent?” (March 2010 Friend)
Elder Russell M. Nelson shares his thoughts on repentance.
- “I Can Say I’m Sorry” (November 2012 Friend)
Examples for young children of ways to say sorry and correct mistakes.
- “I Choose the Right When I Am Baptized and Confirmed a Member of the Church” (May 2012 Friend)
Abigail repents after being unkind to a girl at school. Includes an activity to find words that have to do with repentance in a word jumble.
- “Jesus Teaches about Finding Those Who Are Lost” (July 2011 Friend)
A retelling of three New Testament parables, including the story of the prodigal son.
- “Kelsey Makes a Mistake” (July 2012 Liahona and Friend)
A wordless story for young children about a girl apologizing to her mom after spilling nail polish on the carpet. Includes two simple activities.
- “King Benjamin’s People Repent” (June 2012 Friend)
A retelling of the story of King Benjamin teaching his people to repent and to make a covenant.
- “Leaving Bad Behind” (August 2012 Friend)
Jenny learns how to feel clean again after she attends a party and watches a movie that was against her standards.
- “Live Without Regret” (February 2007 Friend)
Elder Richard G. Hinckley of the Seventy shares his regret when he stole some scrap wood with some friends.
- “Making Things Rights” (April 2012 Friend)
After Melissa colors on the school bathroom walls, she says she is sorry and works hard to clean up the mess.
- “McKay and the Whale” (January 2006 Friend)
A young boy confesses a wrongdoing to his parents and says he is sorry.
- “Our Page” (August 2011 Liahona )
Features a boy from West Malaysia who testifies that we, like Alma the Younger, can repent and feel joy again.
- “Renewing Our Covenants” (August 1999 Friend)
Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares his thoughts on repenting.
- “Returning Safely to Heavenly Father” (April 2009 Liahona and Friend)
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares an airplane analogy to explain making choices and repenting.
- “Showing Sorry” (November 2009 Friend)
Eli learns how to show that he is sorry, instead of just saying so. Includes a simple activity for young children.
- “Spring Cleaning” (March 2004 Liahona and Friend)
When President Gordon B. Hinckley (1910–2008) was a boy, his family cleaned their house from top to bottom every spring. We, too, can know the joy of being clean through the Savior.
- “The Heavy Backpack” (June 2013 Friend)
Jay gets behind in school and the lies he tells to cover it up have become a heavy burden. He apologizes to his mother when she learns the truth.
- “The Joy of Repentance” (May 2001 Friend)
This page includes a testimony from a young man about he feels after repenting and asking for forgiveness.
- “The Note” (May 2010 Friend)
Hannah apologizes after writing bad things about a girl in a note to her friend.
- “The Sacrament and Repentance” (June 2002 Friend)
Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles connects the importance of the sacrament in the repentance process.