Tag Archive: family unity
By Stefani Lindsey Meyer Stefani Lindsey Meyer : Today I taught #dandc38 lesson 43. The manual suggests explaining how the different parts of a house or building each serves a needed purpose (to illustrate, that each person in a ward or family serve a vital role). I chose, instead, to use parts of a pizza (crust, sauce, cheese, pepperoni etc.). I cut colored paper to represent these items. We constructed…
By [email protected] (Sheena Perron) Sharing Time Ideas from the 2014 Outline IDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE(participating in an object lesson): Invite four children to come to the front of the room. Have each child hold the end of one piece of string while you hold the other ends of all four strings. Ask the children to work together to twist the strings into a rope. Point out that just as twisting the…
a family portrait during winter, smiling, happy and whole. Includes father, mother, son and dog. redhead, blonde and black haired folks. beautiful.
This handout was created to go along with YW Manual 3: Lesson 9 “Encouraging Family Unity”. It includes the scripture D&C 38:27: “I say unto you be one” and a challenge asking what can personally be done to strengthen family unity. It is outlined by a rope which was used as an object lesson to show how each individual is stronger when they work in unity together.
Ideas to help memorize the list of things that make a successful family from the Family Proclamation. Successful marriages and families are established and maintained on principles of faith, prayer, repentance, forgiveness, respect, love, compassion, work, and wholesome recreational activities.
Heather N. shared this handout to accompany Manual 2 Lesson 7. She says, “Here is a handout that you can attach a Symphony candy bar to. The font is French Script Size 16 and the color is rose.” The clip art is from the MS Word library. 2 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.
Brenda submitted this handout that comes straight from the manual. 1 page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.
This is a game I made up for a Family Home Evening on family love and unity. There is a gameboard with instructions and over 50 game cards to go along with it. Players try to move from start to finish based on the scenarios on the game cards. Have fun!
The Facilities maintenance headquarters for the stake was in this building. When I saw this sign promoting the blessings of church cleaning, I just had to share.
President Hinckley has taught ways to strengthen our families. Here is what he said: “A generation or two ago, family prayer in the homes of Christian people throughout the world was as much a part of the day’s activity as was eating. As that practice has diminished, the moral decay discussed by the Apostle Paul has ensued. “I feel satisfied that there is no adequate substitute for the morning and…
Bring a piece of rope to class. Give a piece of rope to a young woman. Ask her to try to break it using any method except cutting. Then illustrate to the class how the rope can be broken by breaking one strand at a time. (I personally think yarn would be the easiest item to use for this lesson. You can use this object lesson to teach about unity…
Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right (Eph. 6:1). When President Ezra Taft Benson (1899–1994) was a young boy, his father was called on a mission. Ezra, the oldest child in his family, had six younger brothers and a sister. He knew that his mother needed his help to make their home a cheerful and comfortable place. He woke up early each morning to milk the…