{Sharing Time} I Become A Member Of The Church Through Baptism And Comfirmation

Downloaded from: Sharing Time Ideas from 2014 Primary OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE(seeing pictures): Pretend to be a reporter. Tell the children, “Welcome to the Good News Network! Today I have the greatest news to report to you—each one of you can become a member of the true Church of Jesus Christ! This is one of the most important things you can do in your life. You become a member of…
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Missionary Monster Match Up

Downloaded from: doors (my family says they need doorknobs…) THE OVERALL IDEA:The kids are Missionaries “knocking” on doors. (It’s a match game on the board with cute Halloween monsters behind the doors.) HOW-TO:1. Invite a pair of “Missionaries” to “knock” on doors. While they “knock” and try to make a match, sing a missionary song so everyone can help them find an Investigator. Keep “knocking” and singing until the…
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Acts of the Apostles 1-12

We started out the book of Acts with some excitement — or something like it.  Some terrible weather rolled in to the area, resulting in changes to the student’s exam and class schedules.  We had to cut out several days of class, but it didn’t hurt our reading schedule too much. January is always like this for us.  I don’t know why we can’t start school three weeks earlier so…
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Testimony vs Conversion worksheet

There is a lesson on conversion in the New Testament manual for Seminary. When one of my students brought up this issue at the end of class yesterday, I decided to create this handout for use during class to help us get through the topic a little faster. Conversion vs. Testimony What is a testimony? A testimony is the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually…
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Jesus Christ taught the gospel and set an example for us.

Primary Talks

Jesus Christ set the example for us by being baptized to “fulfil all righteousness” (Matthew 3:15). When you are baptized, you receive a remission of your sins (see Acts 2:38). You make a covenant, or promise, with God: you promise to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior, to follow Him, and to keep His commandments. If you do your part, your Heavenly Father promises to forgive your sins. When you…
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Put the letters that spell baptism on the reverse side of the pictures listed below (from the Primary manual kits [numbers with dashes] or the Gospel Art Picture Kit [3-digit numbers]), one letter on each picture. Scramble the pictures and lean them against the chalkboard. Invite a child to choose a picture he knows about or wants to know about. Let him tell something about the baptism of the person…
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