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Discipleship Self-Assessment D&C 4

Self Assessment- Attributes Needed to Serve the Lord D&C 4-1 Self Assessment- Attributes Needed to Serve the Lord D&C 4-1Take this self-assessment to see what qualities you might develop further in your quest to become a better servant of Jesus Christ.

Response Key
1 = never 2 = sometimes 3 = often 4 = almost always 5 = always

 

Faith

1. ____ I believe in Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.

2. ____ I trust Heavenly Father enough to accept His will and do
whatever He asks.

3. ____ I have enough faith in Jesus Christ to obtain answers to my prayers.

 

Hope

1. ____ One of my greatest desires is to inherit eternal life in the celestial kingdom of God.

2. ____ I feel peaceful and optimistic about the future.

3. ____ I firmly believe that someday I will dwell with God and become like Him.

 

Charity and Love

1. ____ I feel a sincere desire for the eternal welfare and happiness of other people.

2. ____ When I pray, I ask for charity—the pure love of Christ.

3. ____ I try to help other people when they are struggling or discouraged.

4. ____ I look for opportunities to serve other people.

 

Eye Single to the Glory of God

1. ____ I focus my efforts on the things of God rather than the things of the world.

2. ____ I focus my thoughts on the things of God rather than the things of the world.

3. ____ I do good things because I love God, not because I want to impress others.

 

Virtue

1. ____ I am clean and pure in heart.

2. ____ I am chaste.

3. ____ I focus on righteous, uplifting thoughts and put unwholesome thoughts out of my mind.

4. ____ I repent of my sins and strive to overcome my weaknesses.

 

Knowledge

1. ____ I feel confident in my understanding of gospel doctrines and principles.

2. ____ I study the scriptures daily.

3. ____ I receive knowledge and guidance through the Spirit.

4. ____ I attend the temple regularly.

 

Temperance

1. ____ I live the Word of Wisdom, as outlined in D&C 89.

2. ____ I control what I think, say, and do, even in tense or frustrating situations.

3. ____ I successfully balance schoolwork, family time, Church callings, and social life.

 

Patience

1. ____ I am patient with myself and rely on the Lord as I work to overcome my weaknesses.

2. ____ I am patient with the faults and weaknesses of others.

3. ____ I face problems and challenges calmly and hopefully.

 

Brotherly Kindness

1. ____ I am nice to others, even when they might not deserve it.

2. ____ I say positive things about others.

3. ____ I am considerate of the feelings of others.

 

Godliness

1. ____ I know Heavenly Father lives, and I want to be like Him.

2. ____ I try to be like Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ in all that I think, say, and do.

 

Humility

1. ____ I am sincerely grateful for the blessings I receive from Heavenly Father.

2. ____ My prayers are sincere and meaningful.

3. ____ I appreciate advice and guidance from my leaders, teachers, and parents.

4. ____ I strive to be submissive to Heavenly Father’s will, whatever it may be.

 

Diligence

1. ____ I work effectively, even when I’m not under pressure or close supervision.

2. ____ I pay a full tithe.

3. ____ I work hard until a job is finished successfully.

4. ____ I pray regularly, in public and private, alone and with my family.

 

 

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Personal Progress Values Classroom Banners – temple style

Our personal progress classroom temple banners fit on four pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure. Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy! Sample image:

YW Values (Printable)

 

As of late, I have become ga ga for vintage floral patterns. There is something just pretty and sweet about them. I decided to create the YW values with pretty florals. I plan on printing them off (enlarged copies) and posting them in the YW room for decoration. Feel free to use in your young womens and share! You can download for free here http://courtneyaitken.blogspot.com/2013/01/yw-values-vintage-style.html

YW Elements: Knowledge Flower

I created this flower based on a freebie I found at Shabby Princess Scrapbooking. It is one of a series of upscale YW scrap elements I am creating for the Young Women and Relief Society portions of this website.

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YW Elements: Value Flowers on Ribbon

I created this element based on a freebie I found at Shabby Princess Scrapbooking. It is one of a series of upscale YW scrap elements I am creating for the Young Women portion of this website.

This element features the YW value flower elements with a ribbon background and each value name beneath in font “Vivaldi”. With drop shadow.

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Manual 1 Lesson 1 Lesson

This file was submitted by Corri. It has a table that can be filled out by YW during the lesson, along with quotes and thought/discussion questions.

You could use this to help you when preparing your lesson, as a lesson worksheet, or you could deliver it to absent Woung Women to let them know you missed them in class and let them know what was covered in the lesson.

Corri hopes to send me one of these each time she teaches, so you might even invite the girls to place each handout in a binder or folder so that at the end of the year they could remember the topics discussed in class. Organizing and reviewing the binder might be a good Personal Progress Value Project for Knowledge, especially if the girls took notes on the things that touched them during each lesson and included them in the binder, too, and made a goal to review the lessons they miss during the year on their own.

2 pages, color, 8 1/2 x 11 inches.