I walked into church the other day and saw this door to the Bishop’s office and had to stop. It had Activity Day girls written all over it (figuratively and literally)! It’s an easy spin-off of the “Heart Attack” idea (click here for previous post) and the purpose was written right there. The girls had […]
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Elder Gary E. Stevenson said, “You are never lost when you can see the temple.” (Sacred Homes, Sacred Temples April 2009) Click here for the full talk. In our Stake Conference last week, our Stake President told a story about something that happened two days before. He and his wife had attended a session at […]
I’m not on the front lines with Activity Days any more. I serve on the Stake level so I get to attend Recognition events and hear about great ideas but I’m not the one getting to carry out these fabulous activities you are seeing here. I was stopping to get the mail the other day […]
Have I Done any Good in the World Today?I am an Activity Day’s leader in my ward and we (my companion, the girls and I) thought for one of our “Serving Others” activities, we would do a scavenger hunt. Really this activity could be modi…
This is a great activity for FHE. You can set the time for one day up to one month. I have also used this many times as a hand-out for different Primary lessons.
I’m so excited that our church leaders have invited church members worldwide to participate in an annual day of service! We’ll be commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Church’s welfare program. Here is the advice President Eyring gave during the April 2011 Conference: I will make three suggestions as you plan your service project[:] First, prepare yourself and those you lead spiritually. Only if hearts are softened by the Savior’s…
Planning Successful LDS Singles Activities: A case study of the Memphis Tennessee LDS Singles Branch