Scripture Study Skills

“Feast upon the words of Christ; for behold, the words of Christ will tell you all things what ye should do” (2 Nephi 32:3). Studying the scriptures has always been something that I struggle with. Why is it a struggle? The answer is simple, I haven’t made it a priority.

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Polishing Your Toes-timony

Back in 2013 I shared a Relief Society activity that compared pedicures to a testimony. It was such a fun activity. Our YW presidency was recently brainstorming ideas for our girls and this fun activity came to mind. I decided to modify it a bit (especially during social distancing) and

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Emoji Treat Tags

Emoji Treat Tags and Pinatas

A few weeks ago my kiddos and I decided to spread a little happiness by delivering these fun emoji pinatas filled with treats. We did this shortly after school was canceled and we were encouraged to self-isolate. That first week I found myself mindlessly scrolling social media and news websites

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General Conference Gems

General Conference Gems: A General conference Family Review Game

Need a fun activity to review the April 2020 General Conference addresses with your family? This fun “treasure hunt” General Conference Review Game will teach your family that as you listen to the words of the Prophet and Apostles, you will be blessed with Spiritual Treasures. Enjoy! Show your family a picture of President

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24 Weeks of General Conference

24 Weeks of General Conference Study Guide

Two weeks ago we had the opportunity to listen to inspired messages from the leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Conference weekend is something that I look forward to and always enjoy. I don’t always get to listen to the talks as much or as attentively as

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St. patrick’s day ministering idea

When we read or study about Christ’s Atonement, we should be reminded of our worth. Our Savior loves us so much that he came to earth to die for us. He has felt our pains and our sufferings, and through the enabling power of Jesus Christ and His atoning sacrifice our weaknesses can

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Building Faith in Christ Through Storytelling

The power of teaching through stories cannot be understated—for the young, the old, the teachable, the defiant, and everyone in between. Stories reach everyone. They grab our interest and they’re fun. They also create a safe place to learn, because listeners aren’t in trouble or being lectured to. They are

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Being molded

Sin No More Image by A Moment With Christ When I was in college, I was busy with classes, dating, singing in the Institute Choir, working, and hiking. There was a time during all that “college fun” where I was confused, frustrated, and did not feel like I was getting

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