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Twila S. submitted this awesome Power Point presentation that uses MormonAds to teach Thomas S. Monson’s Treasured Gifts, a 2006 Christmas Devotional message. It could be used to give the home teaching message. 616k to download. Images are copyright 2007, Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Used by permission.
Twila S. submitted this awesome Power Point presentation that uses MormonAds to teach Elder Faust’s January 2007 Home Teaching Message. It could be used to give the home teaching message. Click on Power Point below to see all the power point presentations on JennySmith.net. If you’d like to edit this document and you don’t have MS Power Point, you may follow the link below to Open Office to download that…
This poem can be used with a star-shaped ornament, cookies, or any other star gift for the hoidays. Christmas Star A diamond shines no brighter than that lovely Christmas star. It shines in all its brilliance; it’s seen from near or far. A symbol of the Christ child as He lay upon the hay, It tells to all the waiting world a King was born that day. O Bethlehem Star…
This Advent Calendar first appeared in the December 1989 New Era. I have resurrected it, so to speak, and created a new document that could be used by Home/Visit Teachers, families, youth leaders, Priesthood, Relief Society or Seminary instructors. This is a very cool calendar. It doesn’t have the little doors that we often associate with advent calendars. Instead, each day you read a short devotional about the life of…
Print out the pages, cut out the strips, and place them in a jar or small box. When you’re in need of a quick Family Home Evening lesson, pull one out, and voila! I think FHE-in-a-jar would make a great visit-teaching or home teaching gift, or even an LDS Young Women or LDS Primary activity (have the children cut out the strips and decorate the jar or box). – Jenny
Give A lesson on service.The teacher used ice cream scoops to teach an object lesson. He had two sizes of ice cream scoops and asked “If I were serving up some ice cream, which scoop would you want me to use?” Of course, everyone wanted the big scoop. He then explained that when we serve others, we are offering service to Christ and expressing our love and commitment to him….