Tag Archive: unity

Activity Days: Let’s Get Together Carnival Night

Here’s a great activity that focuses on specific goals.  If your group needs to increase in unity and friendship, this is an activity for you. Goals: Activity Day Girls went to three different schools and cliques were forming.  The leaders wanted to encourage girls to include everyone, increase friendship in activity days and become more […]

Activity Days: Let’s Get Together Carnival Night

Here’s a great activity that focuses on specific goals.  If your group needs to increase in unity and friendship, this is an activity for you. Goals: Activity Day Girls went to three different schools and cliques were forming.  The leaders wanted to encourage girls to include everyone, increase friendship in activity days and become more […]

Video: The Blessings of Being Unified

By Sally Avena Sally Avena : Here’s a good talk about unity that goes along with lesson 43 #DandC38. I thought I’d share because I was coming up empty handed. This just helped get my thinking on the right track. www.lds.org/general-conference/1987/04/the-blessings-of-being-unified?lang=eng 7 (19 hours ago) https://www.lds.org/general-conference/1987/04/the-blessings-of-being-unified?lang=eng Marjean Jones Livingston : Thanks for posting this. You saved me! (19 hours ago) Sally Avena : Marjean Jones Livingston it can be frustrating…
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Pizza Parts

By Stefani Lindsey Meyer Stefani Lindsey Meyer : Today I taught #dandc38 lesson 43. The manual suggests explaining how the different parts of a house or building each serves a needed purpose (to illustrate, that each person in a ward or family serve a vital role). I chose, instead, to use parts of a pizza (crust, sauce, cheese, pepperoni etc.). I cut colored paper to represent these items. We constructed…
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Speed-Friending & Clothes Swap – Multi-Ward Yw Activity

Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2013/10/speed-friending-clothes-swap-multi-ward.html This week we had a super fun activity with the Young Women from another ward that shares our building. We wanted to promote friendship between the two wards’ YW. This is what we came up with: Earlier this year, our former Relief Society Enrichment Leader (now my 1st Counselor) ran an Enrichment Night activity that was called “Speed-friending.” I was sick that night, so I didn’t attend…
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1 Corinthians 1-2, A Voice Of Warning: It’S All Greek To Me!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/1-corinthians-1-2-a-voice-of-warning-its-all-greek-to-me/ What did it mean if someone called you a Corinthian? Corinth of Paul’s time was not the ancient Greek city but rather a Roman colony founded by decree of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. on the ancient site, which had lain virtually desolate for more than a century. Its new population initially consisted of freedmen […]

Craft Sticks – Notches

Handed out one of these [craft sticks] to each one [student. After the lesson], … they handed their stick back to me. I talked about how each of us may be weak (like the notches in the stick can weaken the stick) but together, the sticks can build a wonderful strong structure. All of us sharing our testimonies can strengthen each other…. If you have never tried this sort of lesson,…
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Are You a Builder or Wrecker? -compiled by Kim Allphin

This lesson helps the young women to learn to build each other up and to look for the best in each other. This is a fun lesson/activity that could be used to teach leadership skills to the entire group of young women together on a mutual night. We also used it for our Stake Leadership training. You could also adapt it to New Beginnings.   Edit 4/11/2016 – A user…
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Family Unity

This handout was created to go along with YW Manual 3: Lesson 9 “Encouraging Family Unity”. It includes the scripture D&C 38:27: “I say unto you be one” and a challenge asking what can personally be done to strengthen family unity. It is outlined by a rope which was used as an object lesson to show how each individual is stronger when they work in unity together.

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