Scripture Storyteller

Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God, who taketh away the sin of the world!

Scripture Stories for Children of All Ages

Adapted by Lois Mattix Anderson from the Inspired Version of the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and Covenants

We Belong Only to Jesus Christ


List of Titles Links to the Scriptures and more The Purpose of this Site Contact Information

List of Titles

Click on the underlined title of your choice to read the story.

The Perfect Lamb

a novel about Adam and Eve


The Feasts of the Lord

Powerpoint. Not always working, under construction



Not So Long Ago . . .
a testimony from Grandma Storyteller

(My Mom)

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Links to the Scriptures and more

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The Purpose of this Site

Dear Reader,

In 1830 Jesus Christ restored His church through a young prophet named Joseph Smith, Jr.  The scriptures we hold sacred are the  Inspired Version of the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and Covenants.

There are many good Bible story books available and I recommend them for children and adults. But missing in most of them are certain concepts which are only made clear in the above mentioned scriptures. The stories I have chosen to write are stories which include the knowledge from those scriptures.

The novel and stories on this website are copyrighted. You are welcome to print or download them for reading, teaching, or other nonprofit purposes. The stories are not to be copied to sell or publish.

I also encourage you to start websites of your own. I did not think I could start a website. For some tips to give you courage click here.



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Contact Information

If you support the purpose of this site and have suggestions contact me at If you have questions about the beliefs in our scriptures visit the Scripture Storyteller Links page for all kinds of information.

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Music--Greensleeves performed by Evan Derrick on midi file

Copyright 2001 Lois M. Anderson: All Rights Reserved
GIF image by Lois Anderson

Last revised: October 24, 2011