Tag Archive: scripture reading

The scriptures give counsel

I’m attaching a handout about scripture study Thanks for all the great stuff you offer on your site — it makes my preparation much easier! Emily B Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine cown understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6) O, remember, my son, and learn bwisdom in thy youth; yea, learn in thy…
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2016 Scripture Reading Chart – Includes Leap Day

Here is the ever popular Mormon Share scripture reading chart, updated for 2016. Includes Leap Day (Feb 29). This year I added a new, kind of stretched out version that I’m calling “big”.  It fills up the paper more when printed. Also, I learned a new trick in Illustrator, and I’ve outputted the JPG in a higher resolution than in years past.  You should be able to print the JPG…
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Help Encouraging Students to Read

By Lucy Hardy Lucy Hardy : I am hoping to get my students jazzed about keeping up with their D&C reading, and I’m trying to brainstorm some kind of activity for tomorrow, perhaps about the importance of scripture reading in general. Any ideas or things you’ve done in the past? (2 hours ago) Stewart Ott : I share my testimony that studying the scriptures qualifies us for personal revelation regardless…
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2013 Scripture Reading Chart

I’ve gotten two requests for the 2013 scripture reading chart, so I guess it’s time to buckle down and make a new one. Here it is, ready for 2013. I’ve added a new version with two charts per page. Please comment below if you’re going to use it so that I know if it’s worth making again next year.

Noahs Ark Scripture Chart

This handout was submitted by Shauna W. who says, “Each month for this year I have been making a Scripture Reading Chart for my Primary using different clip art that I have found on lds.org. For the month of August I wanted to do a Noah Ark because of the theme for the month and the 2nd bullet point, but none of the ones I could find would work. I…
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