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Until Christmas you can get both of these prints for just $5!”The Family: A Proclamation to the World!” and “The Living Christ” These prints come with a Faux Chalkboard look.Take advantage of this low price of 2 prints together, the price goes up after…
Here is some free prints for the 2016 Mutual Theme, “Press forward with a steadfastness in Christ.” This theme comes from 2 Nephi 31:20 8×10 printsThese prints are 8×10’s but can be printed as a 16×20 if you want a poster size DOW…
Merry Christmas everyone!! Here is your Christmas Freebie….Print is a 16×20 but it can also be printed as an 8x10Download here https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7513/15907183356_bb522eb929_b_d.jpg
Here is some free printables for the 2015 Primary Theme, “I know my Savior Lives” Prints are 5×7’s DOWNLOAD HERE: https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5590/15243783252_b25a0aa34b_b_d.jpg DOWNLOAD HERE: https://farm6.staticf…
Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2014/04/sunday-lessons-boost-testimony-of-christ.html One of my readers has suggested that I write about teaching lessons for girls of all different backgrounds. I was intrigued by this idea – I wondered what she meant. Like, less-active girls? Part-member families?….I’ve thought about it a lot. If your ward is like mine, you’ve got a wide range of backgrounds in your young women organization. When you boil it down, I feel that no matter…
If they don’t have a testimony of Jesus Christ and his restored Church, why would they want to do any of the things we’re trying to teach them to do?
- Part-member family (one or more parent is a non-member)
- Less-active (not attending class and/or activities as much as she should be, may have a calling but usually does not do it)
- Inactive (not active in the church in any way – not attending church/activities)
- Non-member (not a member of the church, perhaps visiting with a friend or relative)
- Unbaptized member (active in the church, but unable to be baptized for some reason)
- Investigator (meeting with the full-time missionaries to learn more/prepare for baptism)
- Recently Re-activated (used to be inactive, has recently become active or less-active and may not have a large gospel knowledge background)
- New Convert (baptized after age 8, did not grow up in the church, possibly never attended Primary)
- Disgruntled (upset about church policy and/or gospel doctrine and/or leadership decisions)
- “Over it” (thinks she is too mature, too cool, too whatever to listen or participate)
- Forced to attend class/activities (don’t want to be there, but parents make attendance non-optional)
- Paid to attend class/activities (don’t want to be there, but parents bribe them to attend)
- No testimony
- Weak testimony
- Not sure if she has a testimony or not
- Thinks the standards are ‘old fashioned’/rules should be bent to fit her preferences
- Has no intention of keeping the standards, but lies about it so her parents don’t find out
- No home support (parents may be inactive or non-member, but do not provide support like rides, help with personal progress, etc)
- Speaks a different language
- Special needs (physical)
- Special needs (mental or developmental)
- Special needs (emotional)
- Special needs (abuse victim)
- New Beehives (less familiar with the program, may be unsure of higher level concepts in lessons)
- “Hermoine Granger” (totally “gets” it, bears testimony at every opportunity, raised hand to answer every question, volunteers for everything, may be labeled a “goody-goody”)
We may place a lot of focus on helping the girls who need the extra support or are struggling, but even the girls who already have a testimony (or the beginnings of one) will need to be strengthened to keep their testimony going through all they have to face in their teenage lives. Many times the “goody-goody” is the outcast, even among her fellow youth in the church.
Just like adults, every single one of the girls I’ve worked with could use some testimony-strengthening. Specifically their testimony of Christ- who is the center of everything we believe and do.
- No matter what the assigned topic, Jesus Christ is the topic.
- Prepare/teach a lesson as if it were the last one they are going to hear (because sometimes it is).
Several years ago we had a teenage girl join the church. One Sunday, her mother (a Catholic) unexpectedly attended church with her and she was invited to YW class. I was teaching all of the girls that particular day, and the lesson was about a very sensitive topic that I knew was a point of concern for her. I only had 1 hour notice that the mother would be attending class with us. I was panicking a little. Not because I didn’t know what to say, but because I had already geared the lesson toward active girls who are familiar with the concept, so I needed to make some changes to my plan. I tried to think of how to explain the concepts to everyone – but especially to the mother of this recent convert. I tried to explain the doctrine and my feelings about them. I bore my testimony. I tried to say everything I would want someone to say if my own parents had been present.
Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2014/01/come-unto-christ-2014-youth-theme-wall.html For our 2014 Youth Theme Introduction Activity (a joint/all-girls activity for our ward young women this year), we are doing 2 things: Playing YW (Family) Feud and making take-home wall hangings that go along with the theme. This post will describe the WALL-HANGING- I will have a separate post with the information about the Come Unto Christ themed Family Feud game (see the ‘youth theme’ label on…
Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2014/01/yw-family-feud-come-unto-christ-2014.html For our 2014 Youth Theme Introduction Activity (a joint/all-girls activity for our ward young women this year), we are doing 2 things: Playing YW (Family) Feud and making take-home wall hangings that go along with the theme. This post will describe the Family Feud game- I will have a separate post with the information about the wall-hanging soon (see the ‘youth theme’ label on the right side).YW…
We made up this skit for Super Saturday 2009 followed by a Christmas song. The skit reminds us in a humorous way of the things we can do to keep Christ in Christmas. A lot of people in our area are bilingual so the “mas”at the beginning of the play goes in Christmas. You can insert names of people in your ward to personalize it.
This file was submitted by Jill B. to coordinate with Primary Manual 2, Lesson 4: I Chose to Follow Christ. It could be used as a class activity or as a great FHE activity and lesson for children. Make a copy of this handout for each child. Then get pictures to represent the pre-earth life, Savior, the CTR Shield, and a primary class. Print or reduce them on a photocopier…