D&C 60-64

Well, that went well.  I felt the spirit more strongly during this Relief Society gospel study lesson than in our previous lessons.  I started out by debunking that Mormon myth about the devil having control of the waters in D&C 61.  Easy.  Hopefully it’s clear to everyone that the destroyer is not the devil, but s/he is an angel of God’s whose job it is to tear things up when…
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Kids Teach Mini Lessons

By Becky Mike Edwards Becky Mike Edwards: #Teachingmethod Last night during my prayer a teaching idea came to my mind that had never used before. Today I posted a sign “pick a lesson” along with five topics. I let the kids know that THEY would be teaching five mini lessons today. One at a time, several students picked a topic and then led the discussion on that topic. I let…
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Hurtful scenarios

By Cathy Borchardt Cathy Borchardt: #D&C 64 I gave out 3×5 cards with different hurtful scenarios on them. Someone photoshops your face onto a nasty picture and circulates it through high school. Someone beats up your little brother. Someone tells lies about your dad and he gets fired. Someone ransacks your house and steals basically everything. Someone publicly humiliates you. Someone criticizes your mom and you hear them. etc etc….
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Video: Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light

By Jeanne Gilmore Merrell Jeanne Gilmore Merrell: #dandc64 Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light This is a very powerful video about (54 minutes ago) Read More Read more here:: Video: Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light

You searched for Tarzan

By Sharon Prescott Haynie Sharon Prescott Haynie: #dnadc64 One of my favorite bloggers is the Middle-Aged Mormon Man. He had a great post about Tarzan and forgiveness that I used this morning 8(2 hours ago) Home Susan Kendrick: This is wonderful! (1 hour ago) Sharon Prescott Haynie: I think if I had used a short clip from the movie it would have been really effective too. (1 hour ago)…
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Last Official Day of Seminary

I was positively giddy when the kids left this morning after our very last official class of the year, but now I’m feeling a little sad. I can now understand when teachers say how hard it is when you get released from Seminary teaching. I can honestly say I’ve never felt sad about having a calling wrap up before. Someday I’ll be released — maybe even before next year —…
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