Tag: repentance

November 13, 2018
Simple Savior Lesson

Tell the following story and invite the children to stand and act it out with you: “A man was walking along a road (walk in place). He fell into a deep hole (sit down). He tried and tried but could not get out (pretend to try to get out). He called for help (quietly call […]

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October 27, 2018
Weighed Down Paper Airplanes

Ask a class member to make a paper airplane, or make one yourself. Tape a coin, rock, or weight to one side of the airplane. Stand on the same side of the room as the class members, and ask a class member to throw the airplane gently toward the other side of the room. Next, […]

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September 7, 2017
Repentance is like soap

Repentance like soap  should be used frequently! And how great is his joy in the soul that repenteth! -D&C 18:13 I used this handout and attached a bar of soap to it. I am sure you could add other cute sayings that tie in with soap and repentance as well.  

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February 4, 2015
Forgiving Feet

Sharing Time Idea from the 2015 Outline - Forgiving Feet Object Lesson: At the front of the room display several pairs of shoes. Inside each of the shoes place some small pebbles. On the toe of each shoe have a scenario           Example: Your Mother asked you to take out the garbage. You didn’t want to, so […]

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December 17, 2014
Light will not shine throught the blackness

By Wendi Gunn: Here is an object lesson that I am going to use for #dandc58 :34-65. It could be used to illustrate #repentance in any lesson though. I used it in a SS class and it was very effective. I took a light bulb and spray painted it black. Then I asked the class […]

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January 8, 2014
Diamonds in the Rough

1) I recall Amy standing in front of the group in a darling apron. Holding a recipe card. She took a piece of coal (could be a simple rock painted black) and placed it in a frying pan. She asked the young women how long it would take her to turn that piece of coal into a diamond. […]

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August 6, 2011
Restitution and Restoration

Items Needed: Breakable object that can be fixed with glue Glue A raw Egg A bowl Lesson Idea: Break the breakable item (or show two broken pieces) and have a participant come up and glue them together. Discuss making mistakes and making restitution. Break the egg in the bowl and have another student come up […]

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June 26, 2011
Testimony Building, Fourth Article of Faith, Solid Foundation

I wanted to teach the children about the 4th article of faith and how these principles and ordinances can help us build and strengthen our personal testimony. To do this I needed to build a small table. I was able to cut a piece of particle board into a 6 inch by 4 inch rectangle. […]

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April 13, 2010
The Holy Ghost Brings us Comfort by Shining our path way with Light

I was asked to speak at a Baptism on the Holy Ghost. The twin girls were 14 and new to the church. I purchased 2 small $1 flashlights and put them in simple gift bags. I spoke on the Gift of the Holy Ghost and used Scriptures that talked about how finding truth through the […]

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April 12, 2010
Jake's Object Lesson on being the Light of the World

"My oldest son, Jake, taught Family Home Evening a couple of weeks ago. It all started with a simple experiment. I told Jake that if I poured oil on water it would float on top of the water. Then we went for the food coloring. Then it turned into a discussion, mostly his idea, that […]

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