YW Value Project Ideas-Faith

YW Value Project Ideas-Faith
Sometimes the hardest part about Personal Progress in Young Women, is coming up with the ideas for a good 10 hour value project. I have scoured all over the internet to find a list of great ideas to help you inspire the Young Women in your ward.

Faith 10 Hour Value Project Ideas

Keep a scripture journal and write in it every day.

Memorize Scripture Masteries.

Memorize “The Living Christ”.

Learn how to cross-stitch and make something that describes your feelings about the gospel.

Start a scripture study or discussion group.

Learn how to crochet and make something that describes your feelings about the gospel.

Grow a garden.

Film interviews of friends and family members talking about their faith in Christ, then edit the video and set it to music.

Write a book, play, song, short story or poem about faith.

Sew scripture bags to give primary kids when they're baptized.

Make baptism books to give to primary kids when they're baptized.

Write and illustrate a children’s book about a gospel topic.

Help a primary child memorize all 13 articles of faith.

Hold a special event for all the kids who are getting baptized that year.

Make a page with your testimony and good quotes about faith.

Get a group together and go and do baptisms for the dead throughout the month until you have 10 or more hours.

Create a website featuring the YW values and the young woman's personal testimony, with a minimum of three pages comprising the site.

Write letters to missionaries.

Read a book about faith by a General Authority.

Learn a song about faith and sing/play it for church.

Make a conference Binder.

Hold a Conference party.

Watch or re-watch general conference, all 4 sessions, and the Young Women general session. Then write in your journal how it applies to the value that you are working on and how it affects their life.

Create a blog- could be about your Personal Progress goals, how you choose to life your life, your testimony, things you learn from your scripture study, etc.

Make a quilt- have each block represent a gospel topic, personal progress value, etc.

Find out what Primary is teaching and make visual aids for songs or a lesson.

Pick out a gospel topic you would like to learn more about, study and prepare a talk about it, ask a member of the bishopric to give a talk or teach it in young women or FHE.

Compile quotes from General Authorities about the young women’s values and make a scrapbook.

Memorize the Articles of Faith, then teach them to a Primary child, make visual aids.

Read any book of scripture in 60 days (Book of Mormon, Doctrine & Covenants, Old or New Testament).

Write a YW Sacrament Meeting Program (need permission from the bishop).

Read the Work and the Glory series.

Needlepoint a pillow case or tablecloth with a scripture.

Make FHE kits to give to families in the ward, 3 months' worth-including recipes, games, lessons.

Be in charge of New Beginnings or Young Women in Excellence.

Create a work of art that describes your feelings about the gospel.

Memorize Your Patriarchal Blessing.

Learn how to knit and make something that describes your feelings about the gospel.

Memorize an inspiring poem.

Compile quotes from General Authorities about faith.

Create a day by day calendar with quotes from General Authorities about Faith.

Record stories from family members who've demonstrated faith and compile family history.

Compile a family testimony book.

Make file folder games for the nursery.

Make monthly Personal Progress reminders to hand out to every YW for 6 months.

Cross stitch the YW theme in the value colors.

Memorize “The Family: A Proclamation to the World”.

Put together a devotional book.

Make a scrapbook about faith.

Create a work of art that shows your testimony.

Visit a church history location and create a scrapbook based on the trip, highlighting the faith of church members of that time period.

Compile a family testimony book.

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