I love the Book of Mormon. One of the greatest messages that stands out to me as I read is the call for us as individuals to come unto Christ. That message was the youth theme last year, and I’m sure that the youth were so blessed by the teachings they…
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Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/finishers-wanted-shall-i-falter-or-shall-i-finish/ Sometimes a fourth-quarter push is required… That’s when I pull out FINISHERS WANTED! “For of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: ‘It might have been!’” We are TEAM E.T.T.E. = Endure to the End! Not D.N.F = Did Not Finish (Racing term) Stick to your task ’til it sticks to […]
Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/2-corinthians-10-13-a-thorn-in-the-flesh-do-you-have-the-faith-not-to-be-healed/ Many of the lessons we are to learn in mortality can only be received through the things we experience and sometimes suffer. ELDER NEAL A. MAXWELL: “As we confront our own lesser trials and tribulations, we too can plead with the Father, just as Jesus did, that we “might not … shrink”—meaning to retreat or […]
Clipart of gift from Friend along with text of Doc. & Cov. 14:7.
Students will see the outline of the body and be told their testimony has died. It is then up to them to search and discover the “clues” as to what caused the death of their testimony. Clues such as gossiping, lying, drinking, etc are placed around the room. Example: We wrote things about a fictitious youth on a crumbled up piece of paper for the gossiping clue.
This is a different version of another suggestion in this category. The orginal suggested having 2 people come into the classroom while a class member is blind folded, one known to the person the other a stranger. This suggestion might work better for time constraints, a very small branch or ward where there are rarely strangers or giving a talk in front of a group: I printed up a picture…
Tell the story of “The March of the Penguins” Talk about how the penguins had to endure together through the worst conditions in order to live. We as ward members will all go though hard times in our lives but if we can endure together our reward will be great. Like the penguins who’s reward is their offspring. I also had little chocolate penguins to hand out at the end…