Tag Archive: parenting

Alma 36-40: The Epistles Of Alma- Principles Of Parenting

Downloaded from: http://ldsscriptureteachings.org/2014/02/24/alma-36-42-the-epistles-of-alma-principles-of-parenting/ In Alma 36-42 we read the advice of Alma to his sons Helaman (Alma 36-37), Shiblon (Alma 38), and Corianton (Alma 39-42). These chapters are an excellent source of information to those who want to practice principles of effective parenting. … Continue reading →

A Father’s TIME is LOVE

I have a challenge for all of the fathers out there. This morning, after I had spent about an hour exercising with my five children (ages 2-11), I remembered a quote from President Dieter F. Uchtdorf that said,“In family relationships love is really spelled t-i-m-e, time.” (“Of Things That Matter Most,” Ensign, Nov. 2010. See also, “T-I-M-E Spells Love”) As I recalled this quote, I thought, “In what ways […]

A Father’S Time Is Love

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/a-fathers-time-is-love/ I have a challenge for all of the fathers out there. This morning, after I had spent about an hour exercising with my five children (ages 2-11), I remembered a quote from President Dieter F. Uchtdorf that said,“In family relationships love is really spelled t-i-m-e, time.” (“Of Things That Matter Most,” Ensign, Nov. 2010. See also, “T-I-M-E Spells Love”) As I recalled this quote, I thought, “In what ways […]

Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference

8×10 or 16×20

Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
11×14
Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
5×7

Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference

Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference

Free Quote Printables- 183 annual General Conference
Quotes given at the 183 annual General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Saturday, April 6, 2013 and Sunday April 7, 2013

Comb your hair

Object Lesson

Have students comb their hair, with the stipulation that they cannot bend their elbows. This is quite a hilarious sight to see them trying to comb hair with straight arms. Its basically impossible unless the person has very long hair and can bend over very far. Then give the same comb to a neighbor and again with only straight arms, have the neighbor comb the hair. It is possible for…
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Choosing a marriage partner

Object Lesson

Have two volunteers come together and bind them together. Ask them to go to the wordstrip or picture in the room when you ask different questions. Who’s your favorite singer? What religion will you observe? How many children do you want to have? What is your favorite thing to do in your spare time? etc. Of course, there will be times when they will pulling on each other to get…
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Taking back hurtful words

Object Lesson

This is useful with a lesson about how unkind words can hurt others and how hard they are to take back once they have been said and the damage has been done. Have them sqeeze the toothpaste out on the paper plate to symbolize hurtful words that we use against someone, i.e., you little brat, fatso, freckle face, stupid, etc. Then have them attempt to put the toothpaste back into…
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Women & Priesthood Roles

Object Lesson

-Explain that women & Priesthood holders each have different roles, but each are of equal value & importance. -Hold up Peanut butter jar & chocolate bar, explain that they each have different purposes & roles, but when they are used together, they make something more unique & exciting than the original. -Hold up the Reese’s Peanut Butter cup. -Share peanut butter cups with everyone.

Coming Closer Together

Object Lesson

Teaches that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. This is a good unity lesson. Place a picture of the Savior on the floor. Place the pictures of family or class members around that picture. Point out that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. How can we move closer to the Savior? Why does our…
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