Saturday, March 16, 2013
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Saturday, February 23, 2013
Adversity is difficult to traverse, but if you look at nature adversity makes things better as a result of enduring the adversity.
Take the butterfly, without adversity the catepillar would stay a creapy, crawly bug. But through the process of its transition, we have the beautiful, but short lived butterfly.
How about coal. without adversity, coal would stay black, crumbly and ugly, but with adversity we can have diamonds for our wedding rings.
We need adversity to obtain eternal life. Without adversity we can not grow, and develop and become stronger spiritual beings.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
This handout may help you. I decided to merge a couple of the questions, about the premortal existance and why do my choices matter. We know which choice we made in the Pre Mortal existence, the challenge is to continue to make choices that will help us stay on the path we desired when we made that choice. Clearly, we each wanted to return to live with our Heavenly Father, and our family members who have gone before us.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Plan of Happiness is an essential understanding that will help our Young Women understand their place in God's plan for them. Many people in this world are searching to know where they came from, and where they are going once they die. We are so fortunate to have this knowledge. I came across this digiscrap kit a couple years ago, unfortunately I don't remember who made it, but I am indebted to them for their hard work. We plan to pass these out at the beginning of the month as a reference throughout the next month.
PS: this is the corrected version
Sunday, January 13, 2013
I live in South Ogden, Utah and our temple distric is the Ogden Temple, which is currently under construction and has been closed since April 1, 2011. I figured it would be ideal to use the rendition picture from the church website to use as that back drop for the 2013 Youth Theme. The temple is not schedule to be finished until next year, but what a beautiful reminder of where we need to be.