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James 1-5, Disciples With Gusto Live Life In Crescendo!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/james-1-5-disciples-with-gusto-live-life-in-crescendo/ To understand more about how this lesson you will need to read the excerpts that I have included at the end of the post from Grant C. Anderson, “Living a Life in Crescendo” (Religious Educator 5, no. 2 (2004): 19–27). I have edited his talk to include those parts that I felt are relevant to the students […]

James 1-2, “Doers” Just Do!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/james-1-2-doers-just-do/ This lesson goes really well this April’s Come Follow Me curriculum on the Restoration. We started off with some background on who James was (see Bible Dictionary, third entry under James and James, Epistle of) so that we could establish some “street cred” and determine the importance his writings may have. How does knowing that he was Christ’s brother (half-brother) […]

Hebrews 11-13, A.w.e.some Faith

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/hebrews-11-13-a-w-e-some-faith/ To understand the first board you will have to watch part of the video below, “Seek Learning by Faith” by Elder David A. Bednar, from minute 4:00 – 7:15. There is also a great example given by Elder Bednar from minute 7:15 – 8:30. I used minutes 4:00-9:20 with my classes. He teaches this MUCH […]

Galatians 1-6, A Meme-Ingful Letter About Faith In Christ!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/galatians-1-6-a-meme-ingful-letter-about-faith-in-christ/ Things to reMEMEber in Galatia… It’s in your best PINTEREST to study Galatians When you accept Christ… you better MEME it! *CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SAMPLE MEMES* I tried to give them 10 minutes at the end for discussion and scripture marking time. I just randomly picked one meme to start with. That student came […]

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