Tag Archive: LDS Young Men

How to Plan an Amazing Mutual Activity

Our ward held a combination leadership/planning meeting last Sunday before Conference.  This handout contains some of the information that we discussed during our training.  Plan an amazing mutual activity with these tips.  Your activity does not need to match all of these items, but it Purposeful Planning: Amazing Mutual Activities Ministering Who in our class needs help or support? How can we include everyone in this activity? Administering Do we have…
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Human foosball

I read about this awesome game at https://howdoesshe.com/how-to-play-human-foosball/  It sounds like it’d be so much fun for mutual!  Human foosball is a game to be played in the gym or out of doors inside of a fenced in or boxed in area.  It’s basically like kickball, but you play while holding on to a PVC pipe and only move horizontally to the goals. This is a great activity for mutual, because…
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Lip Sync Battle Ideas

Check out these fantastic tips from LDS leaders on how to plan a lip sync battle! Set up Here is how one unit set up a “stage”.  It looks like they used plastic tablecloths from the dollar store and pinned them to a chalkboard in a classroom. Awards Look at these cute microphone awards made from tinfoil and spray painted paper towel holders!  Awards are for Entertainer of the Night,…
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Teaching Youth to Lead Music

Fun ideas for teaching youth to lead music: Use glow sticks! Turn off the lights and let the fun ensue! (Katie) Tell youth they will be invited to lead the music during sacrament.  It’ll help them stay on task! (Deanne) “In my conducting class at BYU we had to draw the different patterns in front of us on the chalk board at the right height and size and then we…
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BYC Agenda and Minutes

I created this BYC agenda and minutes to help our ward get on track during meetings. It is based on the instructions found in the Church Handbook of Instructions: Bishopric Youth Committee Meeting The bishop presides over the bishopric youth committee. This committee is composed of the bishopric, one of the bishop’s priests quorum assistants, the teachers and deacons quorum presidents, the Young Women class presidents, and the Young Men…
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Press Forward Guy – 2016 Mutual Theme Logo

This is the original Press Forward Guy in High Resolution JPG format. Use it to make anything, including classroom posters, flyers, invitations, t-shirts, etc.  2000 pixels wide. We love Press Forward Guy, and we think you will, too! Perfect for use with the 2016 mutual theme: “Press forward with a steadfastness in Christ.” Do not remove the MormonShare.com  site name from this image. If your printer requires a release, just…
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Must the presidency sit at the front during meetings?

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I’ve been in three Relief Society presidencies, and each group has had someone ask if they have to sit at at the front of the classroom during meetings.  In the past I’ve said it’s up to you, but today I stumbled on this article from Elder Boyd K. Packer.  He says something different: The things […]

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Group wall post by Cheryl Elliott Belnap

By Cheryl Elliott Belnap Cheryl Elliott Belnap : I just came up with a clever (I think) way of pairing kids up. Write sm scripture references and key words on individual post it notes and stick one under each chair. The kids locate their post it note and then have to find the mate to what’s written on their note. They become partners for what ever you are pairing them…
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Life sized PAC MAN combined activity

By JOLLY ROGERS For a recent combined activity, we needed to make decorations for a dance we were hosting the following weekend, but we knew it wouldn’t take the entire time and wanted to have something fun to look forward to after the work was done… We decided on a Life-Sized Pac-Man game! I originally saw the idea on a youth-group website, but I couldn’t find any real instructions on…
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