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Relief Society Lesson 42: Family: The Sweetest Union for Time and for Eternity

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

This has the possibility of being a wonderful lesson. It’s got love at the root of it and it’s got family a...

Relief Society Lesson 41: Becoming Saviors on Mount Zion

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

I would start this lesson by talking about some of the historical and cultural framework that were around w...

RS/MP Lesson 41: “Becoming Saviors on Mount Zion”

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Though lesson 35 was dedicated to the notion of “Redemption for the Dead” (you can see my notes for that le...

Sister Beck visits Mormons in India

by Mormon World | Best of LDS Blogs

Sister Julie B. Beck, general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day S...

Relief Society Lesson 40: How Glorious Are Faithful, Just, and True Friends

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

When I’m preparing a lesson, I like to begin with the end in mind: when the women leave class today, what w...

Relief Society Lesson 39: Divine Organization of Women

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

This is a lesson I find rather challenging, so I’m going to suggest a couple of ways to approach it. The fi...

The visiting teaching hierarchy

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I do my best visiting teaching when I visit someone who is within five years of my own age. Or someone who’...

RS/MP Lesson 40: “How Glorious Are Faithful, Just, and True Friends”

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

So far as Joseph’s own line was concerned, he was a friend and thrived on friendship. The stories in the “F...

RS/MP Lesson 39: “Relief Society: Divine Organization of Women” (Joseph Smith Manual)

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

I fear and tremble a bit before this lesson, on the one hand because, as a male, I worry about how whatever...

RS Lesson Chapter 38: The Wentworth Letter

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

Start by asking the class how they would summarize the church beliefs to an inquirer. Ask someone if they c...