LDS Families Family Home Evening Lessons

LDS Families
Original family home evening lessons from Bella Online´s LDS Families topic.

A Service Project for Your Bishop star
Your bishop works hard for your family. Bring him thirty days of smiles with this family project.

Count Your Many Blessings star
Spend a Sunday counting up the blessings of a specific part of your life.

Family Home Evening Lesson on God's Love star
Do you feel unworthy of God´s love? Do you know someone else who needs to be reminded of God´s love? A family home evening lesson.

Helping Teens Choose star
Help teenagers learn to make choices wisely, and to evaluate the consequences of their choices. Based on the agency portion of the For the Strength of Youth pamphlet.

Ideas for Nursery Leaders star
If you've just been called as a nursery leader, or you've been serving for years, here are some ideas that may help.

If You Were the Last Good Person (LDS Homeschool lesson) star
The first in an ocassional series of homeschool lessons for LDS children. Can be adapted to family home evening.

Joseph Smith FHE for Toddlers star
Give your toddler a very basic introduction to the story of the First Vision.

Sustaining the Bishop star
A family home evening lesson on sustaining the bishop

The Dreaded Dress Standards star
Based on the For the Strength of Youth pamphlet, this family home evening with a follow-up field trip (and possible shopping trip) helps teens understand the value of modest clothing.

The Temple (A FHE for part-member families) star
A family home evening to help your children understand how they can prepare for eternity even though they can't be sealed as a family yet.

What is a Child of God? star
We learn as children that we have Heavely Parents and a special place in God's kingdom. What does that mean as we go through the world as adults?

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