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YW Lesson 2-7: "Living in Love and Harmony"

by Beginnings New | Lesson Helps

Aside from the kind of vague hippy-commune title, the main point of this lesson is to encourage girls to lo...

Gospel Principles Lesson 4: Freedom to Choose

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

Introduction I like brainstorming questions to start out lessons. I think it gets people comfortable and im...

Old Testament Lesson 6: ''Noah Prepared an Ark to the Saving of His House''

by LDS Living | Lesson Helps

In the days preceding the flood, the Lord made a great effort to rescue his children. *The material posted ...

RS/MP Gospel Principles Lesson 3 “Jesus Christ, Our Chosen Leader and Savior”

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

My reaction when reading this lesson for the first time was “why?” Why do we use this material to introduce...

OT Lesson 7 Study Notes: Abraham 1:1-4; 2:1-11; Genesis 12:1-8; 17:1-9

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Abraham 1 Verse 1: Why does this work use the name “Abraham” for the person in question when we know from G...

RS/MP Lesson 4: “Freedom to Choose” (Gospel Principles Manual)

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

What follows is mostly ridiculous. That is not to say that the content is ridiculous (though that may be tr...

March 2010 Primary Sharing Time LDS Reader's Theater

by Sofia's Primary Ideas | Lesson Helps

March 2010 Week 2: Prophets testify of Jesus Christ. Tips for a successful readers theater: * choose your r...

Old Testament Lesson 6: “Noah Prepared an Ark to the Saving of His House”

by Meridian Magazine | Lesson Helps

In this lesson we explore the story of Noah’s Ark and the story of the Tower of Babel, two potent symbols, ...

Gospel Principles Lesson 3: Jesus Christ, Our Chosen Leader and Savior

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

“I glory in plainness; I glory in truth; I glory in my Jesus, for he hath redeemed my soul from hell.” I ha...

YW Lesson 2-6 "Sharing Work in the Home"

by Beginnings New | Lesson Helps

This lesson is kinda skimpy, there's just not a lot to it. "Teenagers should help with family chores. And t...