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Worthy Thoughts Activities

1. Write situations like the following on slips of paper. Give one to each class. Have them discuss it, then role-play the situation and a possible solution for the whole group: (a) You are at your friend’s house and he or she wants to watch a video your parents do not approve of. What should you do? (b) You are watching a TV show and realize that it is very…
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Clean Thoughts Lesson and Activity

If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these things (A of F 1:13). Have you ever had a bad thought or word come into your mind? It is not a good feeling. Sometimes they come all by themselves. But you can make them leave! Your mind can think of only one thing at a time, so when a bad thought or word…
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Stop Before You Start

Object Lesson

Explain that the jar of clean water is our mind. Begin by putting one rock in. This could represent seeing one inappropriate movie or TV show (watch the dirt you couldn’t see on the rock before float to the bottom). Add another rock, representing one pornographic image. More dirt floats to the bottom. Another rock: a inappropriate joke. Another rock: a cuss word or two. Another rock: one alcoholic drink…
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push out bad thoughts with clean thoughts

Object Lesson

Explain that sometimes bad thoughts enter our mind, (push 3-4 pices of crumpled up dark-colored paper balls into the toilet paper roll; they should fit snugly and 3-4 should fill the whole cardboard roll) then explain that we can replace these thought with good thoughts. (push the white crumpled up paper balls into the toilet paper roll. As you do so, it will force the dark paper to fall out…
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Modesty

Object Lesson

Have 3 young ladies come to the front of the class. Give the first girl an unopened bag of M&M’s. Give the 2nd girl a bag of M&M’s that have already been opened. Give the 3rd girl a bag of M&M’s poured directly into her hand. Ask the girls which of the 3 would be the most tempted to eat the M&M’s? Explain that when we dress immodestly, we are…
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