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Sunday, June 15, 2014

LDS Youth June Lesson: Priesthood Keys


It has been a while since I posted an LDS Youth Curriculum printable so to go with my lesson today I made this one.  I truly believe that this church is the truest on the earth.  We have leaders that will not lead us astray. Ans though the members of the church are not always perfect, HIS gospel is perfect.  Being a true follower or Christ means having faith in his plan and putting our trust in those he has called. 

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Young Women Youth Theme 2014 Printable Scripture


Recently the LDS church announced the new theme for the youth.  It is Moroni 10:32. "Yea, com unto Christ, and be perfected in Him, and deny yourself of all ungodliness."  I took the scripture and made an 8x10 printable to hang in our classrooms for the girls use each Sunday.  Please feel free to Print for your own group. With 4 colors to choose from you can't go wrong.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Super Hero Youth Leadership Training



As a member of the LDS church and Young Women president, I am trying very hard to cultivate leadership in our girls.  We want our girls to see the strengths in themselves and others. In an effort to do this we planned an amazing leadership training. A night filled with super speakers and power treats!

I started with this fun invitation. We kept the subject of our activity secret.  Calling it super hero training.  What girl wants to go to leadership training??? For a couple of weeks prior we had leader come to class in a cape and mask, announcing the activity. The girls got a real kick out of it. 

Monday, September 30, 2013

Armor of God Youth Activity Idea

In the past few weeks I have been called to work with our local youth.  Each week we hold an activity using the values and teaching of our faith.  A few weeks ago our youth group held and activity called "Putting on the Armor of God". WE decided that this topic was important for all to hear so we teamed up with the boys to make the activity a little more exciting. Here is how it all went down!
We started by announcing the activity was coming up with giving them no clue as to what the activity was.  We only said don't wear your nice clothing. Just stuff you didn't care about getting dirty. 
Next we gathered the supplies we needed. 
Cardboard
Duct tape
scissors or box cutters
several bags of water balloons (1 bag per leader)
We gathered boxes for weeks. Check out your local stores for empty boxes they are throwing away. (Lowes or Home Depot work great. the bigger the boxes the better)
 
Prior to your activity, plan an small obstacle course that your youth will have to get through. We just did yours through the parking lot. Have stations for your leaders to be standing.
 
When the youth arrive tell them they have 20-30 minutes to make themselves an armor. This is where you youth can get creative and build there armor however they want. They can ask for help or work together but each one needs there own armor using only cardboard and duct tape. They boys will love this part and some of the girls too!
 

 
Once time is up take all of them out and line them up.  When its time have them go through the obstacle course as fast or as slow as they like. All the while the adversary (leaders) will be trying to pelt them with water balloons, hoses or squirt guns. He who stays the driest wins!

 
Afterwards we had the youth remove there armor and dispose of it.  We met back in the church for a discussion about putting on the whole armor of God and why all the parts of the armor are important right down to the duct tape.
 
Our youth loved this activity and the message that was shared.  A great activity that was fun and had a purpose!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

LDS Youth Cirriculum Thank you Ideas

With the new youth Curriculum in the LDS Church, the youth are asked to teach a lesson one Sunday  Month if possible.  In my Presidency we decided a Thank you was in order.  Planning these lessons take time and planning.  We appreciate all the girls who plan and share there lessons.  So I came up with this cute thank you card paired with a yummy candy bar.





Another thing our youth are expected to do is speak in church during sacrament meeting.  We rotate through our youth.  Every week there is one girl and one boy. So in our ward the girls speak at least twice a year some more.  So as a small thank you I made this Easy printable with two choices.  Each one is paired with a mini candy bar.  Make up a bunch with a few different choices of candy bars. (Pick up a few extra bags of candy at Halloween)



Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Time Out for Women {Idaho Falls}

I love myself a great Girls Weekend.  Usually its filled with great food, girl talk and no kids.  This weekend was a little like this but so much more.  For those of you who don't know I am a Mormon.  I blog like all the rest of my crazy, crafty, blogger friends. And I am Mormon.  I love my faith and practices its teachings.  One of the great things about where I live and is there is a large populations of LDS members here.  Because of the large population we have opportunities to attend church related  engagements.  One such engagement is Time Out For Women (TOFW). Time Out for Women is a weekend gathering of women to listen and be uplifted through speakers, music and service.
So I teamed up with these amazing friends and attended TOFW. It was an awesome experience.  


Here is what I needed to hear!!

Saturday, July 14, 2012

I Love to See the Temple Printable

Today I am sharing a bit of my faith.  My daughter loves to sing this song. I Love to See the Temple.  I thought it would be great to make a printable of the words for her room.  I have paired it with a fun temple match game and picture  for her for a Birthday gift. I got the match game and picture block from Poppy Seed Projects.  They have lots of fun ideas for photo decor and gifts. There projects come cut and ready to make.  Fun for a Girls night or Super Saturday.  
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11x14 size









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Friday, July 13, 2012

Missionary Printable

I was asked to put together  a few gift ideas.  Poppy Seed Projects has a lot of great ideas for  photo home decor and wood projects.  Fun to do for a girls night or Super Saturday.  Her is my ideas for a little boy.



I added a CTR Block and Necktie to round out the gift.  Perfect for a Baptism or Missionary. Or just a great little reminder for your little guy.


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