Tag Archive: LDS Seminary

D&C 58:42 memorization chart

Good Morning, I just created the following flip chart to be used with Lesson 10, “Jesus Made Repentance Possible” from the Family Home Evening Resource Book.  It is a memorization chart for the scripture D&C 58:42.  It begins with all of the words being shown on the paper, and as you flip to each of the subsequent pages, a couple of the words are taken away.  The final page shows…
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Search Ponder and Pray Key

teach the Beehives.  (I am a photographer that also teaches photoshop). I will try to upload handouts occasionally. I love the ideas on your website. I go to it every Sunday. I release all copyrights to these bookmarks for 2008 Lesson 30 or for anything to do with scripture study lessons. I design most of my own church handouts and will try to upload them occasionally. Thanks again, Karen Anderson

Don’t carry the burden of sin

Handout by Melissa P D&C 58:42 Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and I, the Lord, remember them no more Don’t carry around the heavy burden of sin… “What good does it do for God to blot out our evil from his mind if we continue to let it dominate our thinking by rerunning it on our own?” -Sterling W. Sill Burden of Sin…
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New Testament Doctrinal Mastery Poster Set – Retro Style

These doctrinal mastery posters are 11×17 inches and will contain all of the 25 New Testament Doctrinal Mastery passages. I suggest you send these posters to a local print shop for printing. These will not be made available in 8.5×11 inch size for readability’s sale. I only have time to create a few of these, but I’ll add more as I have time.

Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge Poster – Retro Boy Color

Based on the new Seminary Doctrinal Mastery, here is a retro-style poster with information from the Doctrinal Mastery Core Doctrines booklet. Full color. Available in A4, 11×17 inch, or 8.5×11 inch sizes.   Want 16×20 size?  You can get 16×20 downloads here. Don’t want the MormonShare.com insignia on your poster? Download these files without the MormonShare logo here. Want Hi Res JPGs?  Available here. Need Black and White for photocopying? …
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All I need to know I learned in Seminary – Trendy

There’s a slightly different emphasis on this All I need to know I learned in Seminary – Trendy poster.  Pray is the first word, in larger text. Click on “All I need to Know” in the tags to see all these posters. Pray Cease to sleep longer than is needful   Men are that they might have joy   Wickedness never was happiness   No one can serve two masters   Choose the right  …
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All I need to know I learned from Seminary – Shield Style

This version of the All I need to know I learned from Seminary poster is in the shape of a shield (or sort of like a shield), more like the original. Click on “All I need to Know” in the tags to see all these posters. Put on the full armor of God   Cease to sleep longer than is needful   Men are that they might have joy   Wickedness never was…
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All I need to Know I learned from Seminary – Formal style

This version of the All I need to know I learned from Seminary is slightly more formal. Click on “All I need to Know” in the tags to see all these posters.  The text is mostly from the keywords on the back of the 100 scripture mastery bookmark: Pray always   Cease to sleep longer than is needful   Men are that they might have joy   Wickedness never was happiness   No one can…
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All I need to know I learned from Seminary

Back in the day, apparently, there was a poster available that played off of the All I need to Know I learned from Kindergarten fad of the nineties, tweaked for Seminary.  Our Seminary Facebook group was unable to find the original, and since church was canceled due to ice today, I’ve got time to make a few versions. Click on “All I need to Know” in the tags to see all…
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