To sum up ~ this lesson is an invitation to be one of the valiant, noble and great ones of our times. I puzzled over how to teach this lesson to a broader audience ~ with varying levels of interest and committment to the gospel. This lesson post is what I came up with. Continue reading Howard W Hunter Lesson 19
1) Remember The Glorious Pause! “Pause after you ask a question and after you ask class members to share experiences. “Do not be afraid of silence. People often need time to think about and reply to questions or to express what they are feeling” (Teaching, No Greater Call, 67).” Continue reading 9 Tips For Memorable Teaching
Joseph of Egypt is a real-life hero for me.
I love the man. Knowing how rough he had it and how far he got ~ his story encourages me to be a little braver within my own occaisional, adverse circumstances.
His life oddysey is one of the most colorful ever recorded in the Bible! Continue reading Love For Joseph Of Egypt
My sister Andrea once pointed out how “heavy” our family members were about everything. How we interpret life and what others say and do. At first I thought, “no I’m not!” But after some introspection realized, “yes, I AM“. Continue reading The Power Of A Light Heart
It’s no surprise Christ is a master of words. For example, I’ve noticed how He consistently conveys very large ideas within a few sentences, and sometimes within a short phrase. So after researching Continue reading When The Savior Speaks Directly