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2016 Yearly Poster 2

I love options and I needed a cover for the planners coming out (MONDAY 8/31!!!) so I decided to make them into the poster too so that you can have everything match! If you choose one of the other covers for the planners please email if you’d like ever…

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2016 Youth Theme “Press Forward” Posters

Social media spreads news like lightning! Just a few years ago the youth theme wasn’t made known until November, but on August 1st everybody knew it was “Press Forward!” I have to say I miss a little bit of the anticipation, but it also gets me super e…

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Sacrament

14 Questions and Answers about the SacramentSweeter than Ice creamWashed CleanFun Stuff:The Sacrament (word search)Sacrament Time (find the reverent people)Sacrament ServicePrimary 3, Lesson 33: The Sacrament Reminds Us of Our CovenantsThe Beauty and I…

New Testament

New Testament Stories BookThe Life of Jesus Christ VideosPrimary 7 Manual: The New TestamentNew Testament Institute ManualNew Testament: Times at a Glance (amazing “calendar” of Christ’s life, final week, early apostles)New Testament Seminary Manu…

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Primary 7, Lesson 32: The Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus Christ


He willingly gave his life so every person who has ever lived, or will ever live, will live again because of his great love for us.
Physical death is part of Heavenly Father’s plan and that Heavenly Father, in His great mercy, sent His Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to overcome death. Through Christ’s death and resurrection, we have all been rescued from physical death. We will die, but we will be resurrected.

Before Christ was put on the cross, the soldiers whipped Jesus. They put a purple robe on Him and a crown of thorns and called him the King of the Jews. But they did this all to mock and make fun of Jesus. The soldiers took Jesus to a hill and a man named Simon of Cyrene carried His cross. They then nailed His hands and feet to the cross and lifted it up. Jesus then prayed and asked Heavenly Father to forgive the soldiers because they didn’t know that He was the Savior. Jesus asked the Apostle John to take care of His mother, Mary. Christ suffered on the cross for many hours and darkness came over the land. And after much suffering Jesus’ spirit left His body and He died. After He died, the Roman soldiers threw a spear at His side, they were scared because it was dark and an earthquake came and broke big rocks, a veil in the temple also tore in two, they then said, “Truly, this is the Son of God.”

One of Jesus’ disciples named Joseph begged Pilate for Jesus’ body and he wrapped Jesus’ body in a white cloth and placed him inside of his tomb. Joseph then rolled a big rock in front of the tomb and left.



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Kiss or Cry- Scripture Mastery Activity

For the first 2 weeks of class, I have encouraged my students to mark all 25 Scripture Mastery verses.As part of the “Studying Scriptures” lesson, we discussed various ways to mark scriptures.Over the 4 years of Seminary, I encourage them to mark all 1…

You've got a computer or file cabinet full of great ideas you've collected over the years from past callings, right? So did we! In 2003, Jenny Smith began sharing her ideas online for LDS teachers and leaders. She hoped members of her home branch in Mississippi would benefit from the activities she was hearing about in areas where the church was more established. She also began sharing her lesson handouts so that teachers didn't have to re-invent the wheel.

After seeing that the demand for these helps was huge, Jenny, working with her husband Jared, responded by creating the first ever database of LDS clipart and handouts. Soon followed the first and largest database of object lessons, the first ever database of Primary Talks, the first database of Scripture Mastery games, the first ever database driven helps for every lesson in the (old) Young Women and Primary manuals (now deprecated), and most recently, the first ever database of gospel teaching techniques. These databases grew with Jenny's own work and with the generous contributions of users like you.

Believing that gospel information should be shared freely and generously, the files and ideas on Jenny's websites can be downloaded for free -- no registration or payment required.

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