Tag Archive: apostasy

Dispensation of the Fullness of Times

By Shauna Doctrine and Covenants Section 27 This idea came from a member of the LDS Seminary Teacher Facebook group (seriously, if you are a Seminary Teacher-join that Facebook group). When I figure out who it was, I will edit and post his name so he receives credit for this brilliant visual for teaching “Dispensations” and “Dispensation of the Fullness of Times” using hymn books. I took it one step…
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Apostasy and the Restoration

Object Lesson

Give one student the marker and the plate. Ask the students to list the things necessary in the true church / Christ’s gospel (i.e. apostles, revelation, baptism by immersion, etc.). As items are listed, the student with the plate will write those items on the plate. When the class has run out of ideas, show the plate to the class and indicate that the plate is complete and whole…just as…
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Apostasy and Restoration

Object Lesson

The period of time when the true Church no longer existed on earth is called the Great Apostasy. (Gospel Principles, Lesson 16: The Church of Jesus Christ in Former Times) Priesthood authority was restored to the earth by Jesus Christ through the prophet Joseph Smith. That has a lot of big words. What does it mean? Pretend that this building (Show the simple block building without the “Authority/Priesthood” block) represents…
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Does it measure up?

Object Lesson

The following is from Teaching, No Greater Call, B: Basic Principles of Gospel Teaching–Use Effective Methods, 27: Choosing Effective Methods, page 92: For example, a young missionary was teaching an investigator about the need for the gospel to be restored to the earth. The investigator responded that his church had taught him many valuable truths and that it had always been good enough for his family. To help the investigator…
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