Home, Family, and Personal Enrichment Meetings

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    When planning home, family, and personal enrichment meetings, carefully assess the needs of the sisters. When applicable, make certain these meetings include classes that help develop skills in parenting and family relations. The Family Guidebook (31180) and Marriage and Family Relations Instructor’s Manual (35865) may be used as resources. These are available through Church distribution centers.


    Ideas for Miniclass Subjects **

    Spiritual Development

    (D&C 88:63)

    Temple worship

    Personal prayer and scripture study

    Sabbath-day observance (D&C 59)

    Homemaking Skills

    (Prov. 31:27)

    Growing, cooking, and preserving food

    Home organization and cleaning

    The value of work

    Marriage and Family Relations

    (Mosiah 4:15; Mal. 4:6)

    “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” (Ensign, Nov. 1995, 102)

    Family home evening, family prayer, and scripture study

    Parenting skills

    Strengthening Relationships

    (Matt. 5:38–44; Matt. 25:40)

    Communication and resolving conflicts

    Repentance and forgiveness

    Effective leadership


    (D&C 88:119)

    Home storage and emergency preparedness

    Education and resource management

    Health and hygiene


    (Prov. 31:20; Mosiah 4:26)

    Service to family and neighbors

    Serving in the Church

    Community service project

    Physical and Emotional Health

    (D&C 10:4; Mosiah 4:27)

    Exercise and nutrition

    Stress management and recreation

    Feeling gratitude and recognizing the Lord’s blessings

    Personal Development and Education

    (D&C 88:118; D&C 130:18–19)

    Patriarchal blessings

    Developing talents and creativity

    Lifelong learning


    (Dan. 1:17; Moses 6:5–6)

    Gospel literacy

    Written histories and testimonies

    Early childhood education and children’s literature

    Cultural Arts

    (D&C 25:12)

    Importance of music in the home

    Literature and fine arts

    Understanding other cultures

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      Guidelines for home, family, and personal enrichment meetings were distributed with a letter from the First Presidency dated 20 September 1999.

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      Resource materials for miniclass subjects include Part A and Part B of The Latter-day Saint Woman and the Gospel Principles manual.