Tag: faith

February 4, 2006
Measure your Christlike Love

Items needed a small scale Start out by asking who has the longest hair, longest fingernails, highest heel, heaviest church bag, etc. Measure or weigh the items. After a few of these questions, ask who has the most Christlike love (or the most charity, the most faith, strongest testimony, etc.). How can we measure these […]

Read More
January 27, 2006
Armour of God Game

Items needed stick figures simple pictures of the following pieces of armor: breast plate belt and girdle shield shoes helmet Each piece of armour protects a specific part of the body for a reason. Breast plate the heart and lungs - which represent the love and breath we have in wanted to live the gospel […]

Read More
November 20, 2005
Knit Together

Demonstrate how two separate colors of yarn can be knit together to become stronger and more beautiful and useful than one. Have someone than can knit (or crochet) knit the yarn together while you read Mosiah 18: 21: "And he commanded them that there should be no contention one with another, but that they should […]

Read More
May 26, 2005
Magazine Modesty

Items needed a trendy magazine an Ensign magazine Take the cover off of a trendy magazine, like People magazine (I used one with Britney Spears on the front page) and tape it to the top of the Ensign cover. At the beginning of the lesson, you ask the young women what they think the magazine […]

Read More
March 19, 2005
Nourishing the Word

To teach about nourishing the word of God after it has been planted in our hearts (see Alma 32:28–43), draw pictures of two plants—one that is healthy and has moist, rich soil and one that is unhealthy and has dry, poor soil. (Source: Teaching, No Greater Call, F: Methods of Teaching, Comparisons and Object Lessons) […]

Read More
November 18, 2004
Who Will I Choose to Guide Me?

Items needed a blindfold picture of the temple or a family extra chairs Instruct the class you are going to invite a member of the class to reach the "Goal" through a maze of chairs in the classroom. The student will be blindfolded, but will able to choose a guide to help him/her get to […]

Read More
September 22, 2004
Serve God

Items needed a sling or brace Have a volunteer come up and put his/her arm in a sling then stand there while you give the rest of the object lesson. Ask the group or volunteer: What would happen to your arm if you left it in this sling and didn't use it for a year? […]

Read More
September 22, 2004
Experiment Upon the Word

Decide beforehand which "theory" you are going to test. It could be something simple like theory of gravity, or something else that both you and your audience understand very well. I will use gravity for my example here. You say, "I am going to test the theory of gravity today. I have here some different […]

Read More
September 22, 2004
Give me $5.00

Items needed a $5 bill a co-conspirator Dr Adrian Rogers gave a Focus on the Family devotional and this story is from that devotional: A minister was giving a sermon that was several hours long. There was a small break for the audience to get up and walk around at bit. The minister knew many […]

Read More
September 22, 2004
Testimonies and Eggs

Items needed a raw egg a hard boiled egg a soft boiled egg a Jello jiggler egg I found a good way to show differences in your testimony and/or faith was to use eggs. I make Jello Jigglers in plastic easter eggs, then also use a raw egg, a soft boiled egg, and a hard […]

Read More
chevron-downenvelopemenu-circlecross-circle linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram