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OT Lesson 18 Study Notes: Joshua 1-6, 23-24

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Joshua 1 Verse 1: Why is Moses referred to as the Lord’s servant, but Joshua as Moses’ minister, official, ...

OT Lesson 17 Study Notes: Deuteronomy 6; 8; 11; 32:1-4, 15-18, 30-40, 45-47

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Background Feel free to skip this background discussion if you aren’t interested in it. You can skip to the...

May 2010 LDS Primary Sharing Time Helps and Ideas

by Sofia's Primary Ideas | Lesson Helps

May Theme: Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel Lead Me to Jesus Christ. May Scripture: “We believe that...

May 2010 Sharing Time: Learning About Principles and Ordinances

by Shauna Gibby | Lesson Helps

This sharing time will engage the children in an activity about the first principles and ordinances of the ...

YW Lesson 2-16 "Journals" for the 21st Century

by Beginnings New | Lesson Helps

In the preparation instructions to this lesson, it suggests: "Bring several examples of books that can be u...

OT Lesson 16 Study Notes: Numbers 22-24; 31:1-16

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Who is Balaam? All of a sudden a non-Israelite prophet appears. Who is he? Based on Numbers 23:7, Word Bibl...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 16: “I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord”

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

This lesson is built entirely around Balaam, a man whose story we have seldom invoked in earlier Sunday Sch...

OT Lesson 15 Study Notes: Numbers 11-14; 21:1-9

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Besides the chapters of Numbers assigned for this lesson, I also recommend chapters 16, 17, and 20. It is u...

YW Lesson 2-15: "Temple Marriage"

by Beginnings New | Lesson Helps

Blogging about this lesson just got a whole lot easier since the YW broadcast on March 27. Now we have Pres...

Gospel Principles Lesson #8: Praying to Heavenly Father

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

Prayer. In a year where we are returning to “Gospel Principles,” this is THE gospel principal. It’s the ear...