Tag: gratitude

March 30, 2010
Prayer can 'Topple' Sin

Prepare some dominoes for an object lesson (or something that could be used in place of dominoes). On the first domino attach the label, Prayer. Attach other labels such as hate, anger, pride, selfishness, greed, dishonesty, and so on. Use as many dominoes as you think advisable, labeling each. On the reverse side of each […]

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June 1, 2008
Everything red

Focusing on the negative keeps us from being grateful about the positive. After everyone in the room has had a sufficient time period to look for everything in the room that is red, ask them to close their eyes. Then ask them to keep their eyes closed and tell them they can raise their hand […]

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September 5, 2005
A Pebble in your shoe

Items needed DumDums or other hard candy pebbles As our YW come in the room, I put a pebble in their shoe and a DumDum in their mouth and ask them to walk around the room before sitting down. After they are all seated, I ask them to tell me about their walk. Everyone of […]

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July 12, 2005
Pray Often

Items needed a penny for each member of the class As seen in the July 2005 New Era. A morningside speaker told the seminary students to put the penny in their shoe. During the day whenever they felt the penny they were to offer a silent prayer. A penny in your shoe feels like a […]

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September 22, 2004
Sustain your Leaders

Demonstrate what sustaining a church leader means.I saw a great demonstration done at a Regional Workshop. Sister Myers had a Bishop come up and put his hands out. She had a pile of hymnbooks to represent his responsibilities. Every time she said one of his responsibilities, she put a book in his hands. His arms […]

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