Tag: honesty

January 29, 2013
Classroom in my Pocket

This post was adapted from the original at http://seminaryatsixam.blogspot.com/2012/11/seminary-in-my-pocket.html Classroom In My Pocket  During an early Seminary lesson, I gave each student a rock to keep in their pocket as a reminder of our lesson that day. Little did I know that "Seminary In My Pocket" had been born. During my first lesson, I shared a story with [my students] about an […]

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August 14, 2005
Little white lie - Honesty

Items needed a length wire two paper or fabric flags labeled "me" and "eternal life" Attach the flags to each end of the wire before class. Instruct the class that the wire represents the commandments, specifically commandment to be honest. Have a member of class bend the wire back and forth until it breaks in […]

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October 11, 2004
Be True Clear Through

Items needed a hollow chocolate, like a chocolate bunny or Christmas tree a chocolate covered candy bar a solid milk chocolate bar Tell the class you've brought some special treats for them to enjoy, but want them to carefully observe (with their spiritual eyes) each object as it is cut open. Invite a volunteer to […]

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September 22, 2004
Bad habits are hard to break

Items needed a spool of thread Take a spool of thread and wrap the thread once or twice around the volunteer's fingers or wrists. Have them break the thread. This represents bad habits. When we first begin a bad habit like smoking, or even something as simple as watching an inappropriate t.v. show or using […]

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