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Come Unto Christ – 3

This image was created for the 2014 Mutual Theme, Come Unto Christ

You have my written permission to use this image on items you will not sell for profit.

The font used in this image is Oz Handicraft BT, and the artwork is mine.

I don’t put the website logo on images of the Savior, but if you could mention where you got the image, I’d appreciate the credit.

Click on “come unto Christ” below to find more ideas for the mutual theme.

 

Come Unto Christ – 2

This image was created for the 2014 Mutual Theme, Come Unto Christ

You have my written permission to use this image on items you will not sell for profit.

The font used in this image is Palatino Linotype, and the artwork is mine.

I don’t put the website logo on images of the Savior, but if you could mention where you got the image, I’d appreciate the credit.

Click on “come unto Christ” below to find more images like this one.

Come Unto Christ

This image was created for the 2014 Mutual Theme, Come Unto Christ

You have my written permission to use this image on items you will not sell for profit.

The font used in this image is Trajan Pro, and the artwork is mine.

I don’t put the website logo on images of the Savior, but if you could mention where you got the image, I’d appreciate the credit.

Grayscale and Black and White versions available.

Click on “come unto Christ” below to find more images like this one.

kids on fence

You’re an integral piece of our Primary!

Please join us for a Primary Board meeting from 3:30-4:30pm in the Primary room next Sunday.

Would you please prepare to share an experience, a question, a short vignette of a child. Let’s learn together how to strengthen our children and help them come unto Christ.

Thanks for all you are and do for the children.

Childcare can be arranged and there will be fresh bread and jam!

LDS Handout

Guidelines for Planning Activities – for YOUTH

When Holly H.’s YW presidency found that they were doing most of the activity planning instead of guiding young women in planning activities themselves, she created this planning guidelines form.

This document is targeted at youth or class presidencies and is intended to make planning activities easier for them.

1 page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.

Guidelines for planning activities

First of all, remember that the purpose of the Young Women’s program is to help each young woman come unto Christ. Keep that in mind while planning any activities.

Open with prayer–everything is easier with our Heavenly Father’s help.

Ask these questions:

What do we want to have happen?

What experiences could help us reach our goal?

How do we carry out the plan?

How well did we achieve our goal? (This is regarding the previous month’s activities to recognize any problems etc. and to improve on them)

Additional planning is only needed for 2 or 3 weeks since two of the weeks are already planned.

Week 1 Personal Progress

Week 2 Joint Activity w/ YM
These two are interchangeable in weeks
Week 3 Service Project

Week 4 Mutual theme /missionary activities /value night etc.

Week 5 Parent activity

We also need to make sure that the following are happening at each activity:

Opening Prayer
Lesson with scripture/spiritual thought
Activity
Recap on lesson
Closing Prayer

There are many resources for planning activities: online, manuals, family, leaders, etc. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and don’t get overwhelmed. This is supposed to be fun! Trust yourselves, and we know you will do a great job and have a great time.

LDS Handout

Draw Near Unto Me….

Jennifer H. shared this handout. She says, “This quote comes from YW Manual 2 Lesson 1. I printed it on Velum paper and cropped it to fit over the picture of Christ in the red robe (from the distribution center). I used brads to connect at the corners and tied a bow with string. The charm is from a local craft store and says “believe”. The velum could also be glued across the top edge and then skip the brads and string.”

2 per page, black and white, 8.5 x 11 inches.