Book of Mormon Stories, (1997), 53
Mosiah had four sons: Ammon, Aaron, Omner, and Himni. They were with Alma the Younger when an angel appeared to him.
Mosiah 27:11, 34
The sons of Mosiah had repented of their sins and were sorry for the trouble they had caused. They knew the gospel was true, and they wanted to teach it to others.
Mosiah’s sons each refused to be king. Instead, they wanted to be missionaries to the Lamanites and share the blessings of the gospel with them.
Mosiah 28:1, 10; 29:3
King Mosiah prayed to know if he should let his sons go. God told him to let them go, and they would be protected. Many Lamanites would believe their message.
Mosiah’s sons went to teach the Lamanites. They fasted and prayed that they would be good missionaries.
Mosiah 28:9; Alma 17:9