Aaronic Priesthood and Young Women Resource Guides


The following resources may be used to supplement, but not replace, lessons in Aaronic Priesthood Manual 1 and Young Women Manual 1. In the references, Duty to God stands for the Aaronic Priesthood: Fulfilling Our Duty to God guidebooks. Personal Progress stands for the Young Women Personal Progress booklet. Some Duty to God and Personal Progress activities listed in the guides may be worked on during lesson time, or you may encourage quorum or class members to complete them at home. Additional teaching suggestions are found in the Liahona on page 1, in the New Era on the “What’s In It for You” page, and in Teaching, No Greater Call.

Please teach the lessons in the order they are printed. The manual does not include a specific Easter lesson. If you want to teach a special Easter lesson, consider using scriptures, conference addresses, Church magazine articles, pictures, and hymns that focus on the life and mission of the Savior.

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Aaronic Priesthood Manual 1

The following resources may be used to supplement, but not replace, lessons 1–24.

Lesson 1: The Priesthood

Jeffrey R. Holland, “Our Most Distinguishing Feature,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 43. Use Elder Holland’s remarks on obtaining priesthood authority to introduce the lesson.

William W. Parmley, “The Priceless Gift of the Priesthood,” Ensign, Feb. 2005, 62. Consider using Elder Parmley’s comments in the discussion on increasing priesthood power.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Spiritual Development,” no. 1; (Priest), “Quorum Activities,” no. 4.

Lesson 2: The Calling of a Deacon

“The Deacons Quorum,” Liahona, Jan. 2005, 42; Ensign, Jan. 2005, 54. Use the questions from this article to discuss teamwork.

“The Miracle of the Priesthood,” Liahona, Apr. 2004, 26; New Era, Apr. 2004, 12. Use the questions about Aaronic Priesthood responsibilities while discussing the duties of a deacon.

Duty to God (Deacon), “Spiritual Development,” no. 4.

Lesson 3: Administering the Sacrament

Dallin H. Oaks, “The Aaronic Priesthood and the Sacrament,” Liahona, Jan. 1999, 43; Ensign, Nov. 1998, 37. Consider using this article during the discussion on passing the sacrament.

Matthew Baker, “Sacrament Service,” New Era, Oct. 2002, 20. Consider using experiences in the article to discuss the importance of the sacrament.

Duty to God (Priest), “Quorum Activities,” no. 1.

Lesson 4: Gathering Fast Offerings

Thomas S. Monson, “Be Thou an Example,” Liahona, Jan. 2002, 115; Ensign, Nov. 2001, 98. President Monson’s discussion on fast offerings could be used with the section about our attitude toward fast offerings.

Joseph B. Wirthlin, “The Law of the Fast,” Liahona, July 2001, 88; Ensign, May 2001, 73. Elder Wirthlin’s comments on fast offerings could be used with the “Empathy for the Needy” section.

Duty to God (Deacon), “Quorum Activities,” no. 2.

Lesson 5: Faith in Jesus Christ

Gordon B. Hinckley, “Overpowering the Goliaths in Our Lives,” Liahona, Feb. 2002, 2; Ensign, Jan. 2002, 2. Use this article to discuss David and Goliath.

Robert D. Hales, “Finding Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 70. Use Elder Hales’s suggestions on how to develop faith in Jesus Christ to supplement the lesson.

Duty to God (Teacher), Family Activities,” no. 1.

Lesson 6: The Holy Ghost

Boyd K. Packer, “The Light of Christ,” Liahona and Ensign, Apr. 2005, 8. President Packer’s remarks could supplement the lesson.

Boyd K. Packer, “The Candle of the Lord,” Tambuli, Dec. 1988, 32; Ensign, Jan. 1983, 51. President Packer’s comments could be used in your discussion on being prepared to receive the Holy Ghost.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Family Activities,” no. 5.

Lesson 7: “A Mighty Change of Heart”

Thomas S. Monson, “Pathways to Perfection,” Liahona, July 2002, 111; Ensign, May 2002, 99. Include President Monson’s comments on self-discipline.

M. Russell Ballard, “Go for It!” New Era, Mar. 2004, 4. Supplement the lesson with the article.

Lesson 8: “Honour Thy Father”

James E. Faust, “Them That Honour Me I Will Honour,” Liahona, July 2001, 53; Ensign, May 2001, 45. Add President Faust’s comments in the discussion about reverence for God.

Dallin H. Oaks, “Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother,” Ensign, May 1991, 14. Use Elder Oaks’s comments on how to honor fathers in the corresponding section of the lesson.

Duty to God (Priest), “Spiritual Development,” no. 12.

Lesson 9: Respect for Mothers and Their Divine Role

Russell M. Nelson, “Next to the Angels,” New Era, Mar. 2005, 4. Consider using the story at the beginning of the article.

Russell M. Nelson, “Our Sacred Duty to Honor Women,” Liahona, July 1999, 45; Ensign, May 1999, 38. Elder Nelson’s remarks can be used in the section on honoring mothers.

Lesson 10: Family Unity

Gordon B. Hinckley, “Your Family,” New Era, June 2003, 4. Use President Hinckley’s comments in any part of the lesson.

Scott Bean, “The Truth about My Family,” Liahona, Mar. 2003, 30; New Era, Mar. 2003, 26. Consider using this story in the section on how families help us develop.

Duty to God (Priest), “Family Activities,” no. 4.

Lesson 11: “As I Have Loved You, Love One Another”

Joseph B. Wirthlin, “The Virtue of Kindness,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 26. Consider supplementing Andy’s experience with Elder Wirthlin’s first story.

Kathleen H. Hughes, “What Greater Goodness Can We Know: Christlike Friends,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 74. Use Sister Hughes’s flat tire story to supplement the case studies.

Duty to God (Deacon), “Citizenship and Social Development,” no. 1.

Lesson 12: Following the Living Prophet

Joseph B. Wirthlin, “Following in Faith,” Liahona, July 2003, 16; New Era, July 2003, 4. Use the opening and closing paragraphs of the article to enhance the lesson’s conclusion.

Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “The Global Church Blessed by the Voice of the Prophets,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2002, 10. Use Elder Uchtdorf’s testimony of the living prophets to supplement the lesson.

R. Conrad Schultz, “Faith Obedience,” Liahona, July 2002, 32; Ensign, May 2002, 29. Use pertinent sections of the article to reinforce the need for obedience.

Duty to God (Priest), “Family Activities,” no. 5.

Lesson 13: Every Member Is a Missionary

M. Russell Ballard, “The Essential Role of Member Missionary Work,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 37. Incorporate Elder Ballard’s ways to be a member missionary into the section about sharing the gospel.

Henry B. Eyring, “True Friends,” Liahona, July 2002, 29; Ensign, May 2002, 26. Use the story about Brother Lupahla being introduced to the Church by his friend in the section “There Are Many Ways to Share the Gospel.”

Duty to God (Priest), “Spiritual Development,” no. 11.

Lesson 14: Serving Others

L. Tom Perry, “Learning to Serve,” Liahona, May 2002, 10; Ensign, Aug. 1996, 10. Use the conclusion of the article to summarize the lesson.

Taylor Woodruff, “Getting the Point,” New Era, Oct. 2003, 46. Add the article’s insights about service projects to the opening story of the lesson.

Sharon Barber, “Serving: The Desire That Never Grows Old,” Ensign, Feb. 2003, 26. Choose a story to illustrate the principles taught in the second section.

Duty to God (Priest), “Spiritual Development,” no. 9; (Deacon), “Quorum Activities,” no. 5.

Lesson 15: Unity and Brotherhood in the Priesthood

L. Tom Perry, “What Is a Quorum?” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 23. Use selected teachings about brotherhood to reinforce the corresponding section of the lesson.

Christine Reid, “The Deacons of Coventry,” New Era, Jan. 2005, 12. Add selected stories of brotherhood from the article to the lesson’s conclusion.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Citizenship and Social Development,” no. 10; (Priest), “Spiritual Development,” no. 7.

Lesson 16: Charity

Gene R. Cook, “Charity: Perfect and Everlasting Love,” Liahona, July 2002, 91; Ensign, May 2002, 82. The section on suffering could enhance the lesson discussion of “charity suffereth long, and is kind.”

Bonnie D. Parkin, “Choosing Charity: That Good Part,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2003, 104. Sister Parkin’s discussion of Mary and Martha could supplement the discussion of the characteristics of charity.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Citizenship and Social Development,” no. 4.

Lesson 17: Personal Journals

Spencer W. Kimball, “The Angels May Quote from It,” Tambuli, June 1977, 16; New Era, Feb. 2003, 32. Use ideas from the article to supplement the scripture discussion at the beginning of the lesson.

Jeffrey S. McClellan, “A Journal for Today and Tomorrow,” Liahona, Aug. 1996, 30. Use the journal ideas from the article to enhance discussion on keeping a journal.

Duty to God (Priest), “Educational, Personal, and Career Development,” no. 7; (Deacon), “Spiritual Development,” no. 8.

Lesson 18: The Word of Wisdom

Masayuki Nakano, “Blessed by the Word of Wisdom,” Liahona, June 2005, 32; Ensign, June 2005, 62. Add this story to the section about the blessings we receive by living the Word of Wisdom.

“Questions and Answers,” New Era, May 2004, 16. Add the counsel on nutritional supplements to the section of the lesson about drug abuse.

Duty to God (Deacon), “Educational, Personal, and Career Development,” no. 12.

Lesson 19: Overcoming Temptation

Richard G. Scott, “How to Live Well amid Increasing Evil,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2004, 100. Use appropriate sections of the article to enhance the lesson’s opening discussion.

“How Could This Happen to Me?” Ensign, July 2004, 43. Incorporate the “Lessons Learned” section into the discussion about avoiding and overcoming temptation.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Spiritual Development,” no. 5.

Lesson 20: Proper Use of Agency

L. Aldin Porter, “Our Destiny,” New Era, Oct. 2000, 44. Use teachings from the article to supplement the lesson’s conclusion.

“Our Progress toward Perfection,” Liahona, Feb. 2005, 34; Ensign, Feb. 2005, 28. Consider using the “Walking by Faith” section from the article to enhance the first section of the lesson.

Lesson 21: Pure Thoughts: Clean Language

Dallin H. Oaks, Pornography,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 87. Use Elder Oaks’s teachings on pornography to supplement the lesson.

“Clean Thoughts,” New Era, Feb. 2001, 15. Consider adding this idea list to the section on controlling our thoughts.

Lesson 22: Covenants Guide Our Actions

Dennis B. Neuenschwander, “Ordinances and Covenants,” Liahona, Nov. 2001, 16; Ensign, Aug. 2001, 20. Consider adding Elder Neuenschwander’s descriptions of covenants throughout the lesson.

Richard J. Maynes, “Keeping Our Covenants,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 92. Use Elder Maynes’s illustration of the sons of Helaman as an example of covenant keeping.

Duty to God (Priest), “Family Activities,” no. 2.

Lesson 23: Pray for Guidance

James E. Faust, “The Lifeline of Prayer,” Liahona, July 2002, 62; Ensign, May 2002, 59. Consider adding President Faust’s description of prayer after the role-play discussion.

Russell M. Nelson, “Sweet Power of Prayer,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 7. Use this article to illustrate how one receives answers to prayers.

Duty to God (Deacon, Teacher, Priest), “Duty to God Certificate Requirements,” no. 3.

Lesson 24: Christ-Centered Repentance

Richard G. Scott, “Peace of Conscience and Peace of Mind,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 15. Add Elder Scott’s counsel to any part of the lesson.

Jay E. Jensen, “Do You Know How to Repent?” Liahona, Apr. 2002, 14; New Era, Nov. 1999, 4. Consider substituting the mission story in the article for the story in the lesson.

Duty to God (Teacher), “Family Activities,” no. 5.

Young Women Manual 1

The following resources may be used to supplement, but not replace, lessons 1–24.

Lesson 1: A Daughter of God

Gordon B. Hinckley, “How Can I Become the Woman of Whom I Dream?” Liahona, July 2001, 112; Ensign, May 2001, 93. Relate the yearbook story to emphasize divine potential.

David A. Bednar, “The Tender Mercies of the Lord,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 99. Use the story of the priesthood leader’s dream to emphasize that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ know each of us personally.

Margaret D. Nadauld, “Hold High the Torch,” Liahona, July 2002, 108; Ensign, May 2002, 96. Use the article to supplement the lesson’s conclusion.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 1.

Lesson 2: Jesus Christ, the Savior

The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, “He Lives,” Liahona and Ensign, Dec. 2004, 6. Use the testimonies of the prophets and apostles to supplement the lesson.

James E. Faust, “The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope,” Liahona, Jan. 2002, 19; Ensign, Nov. 2001, 18. Consider using the article during the discussion about the Atonement.

Robert D. Hales, “Finding Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 70. Use Elder Hales’s suggestions on how to develop faith in Jesus Christ to supplement the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Faith Value Experiences,” no. 5.

Lesson 3: Following the Example of Jesus Christ

L. Tom Perry, “Discipleship,” Liahona, Jan. 2001, 72; Ensign, Nov. 2000, 60. Use the article in place of the last story in the lesson.

Elaine S. Dalton, “He Knows You by Name,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 109. Use the article to supplement the discussion on following Jesus Christ.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 4.

Lesson 4: Seeking the Companionship of the Holy Ghost

James E. Faust, “Communion with the Holy Spirit,” Liahona, Mar. 2002, 2; Ensign, Mar. 2002, 3. Use the section on how to receive revelation in the conclusion.

Boyd K. Packer, “The Light of Christ,” Liahona and Ensign, Apr. 2005, 8. Use the article to explain the difference between the Spirit of Christ and the gift of the Holy Ghost.

Sharon G. Larsen, “Your Celestial Guide,” Liahona, July 2001, 104; Ensign, May 2001, 86. Tell Sister Larsen’s experience in place of Jenny’s story.

Personal Progress, “Choice and Accountability Value Experiences,” no. 5.

Lesson 5: Finding Joy in Our Divine Potential

James E. Faust, “Who Do You Think You Are?—A Message to Youth,” Liahona, June 2001, 2; “Who Do You Think You Are?” Ensign, Mar. 2001, 2; New Era, Mar. 2001, 4. Use the five ideas to discuss how to find joy in different stages of life.

Margaret D. Nadauld, “The Joy of Womanhood,” Liahona, Jan. 2001, 17; Ensign, Nov. 2000, 14. Use the article to supplement the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 1.

Lesson 6: Finding Joy Now

Thomas S. Monson, “Finding Peace,” Liahona and Ensign, Mar. 2004, 3. Use the three sections in the article to discuss ways to find joy.

James E. Faust, “The Virtues of Righteous Daughters of God,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 108; “Ten Ways to Make a Difference,” New Era, Nov. 2004, 4. List the 10 virtues in the article, and discuss how they can make us happy.

“Questions and Answers,” Liahona, Apr. 2005, 22; New Era, Apr. 2005, 16. Use this article to start a discussion on how to be happy despite inadequacies.

Lesson 7: Homemaking

Thomas S. Monson, “Hallmarks of a Happy Home,” Liahona and Ensign, Oct. 2001, 2. Use the four hallmarks in the article to conclude the lesson.

Susan W. Tanner, “Strengthening Future Mothers,” Liahona, June 2005, 16; Ensign, June 2005, 20. Consider substituting the article for the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Knowledge Value Project,” bullets 1, 2, 5.

Lesson 8: Attitudes about Our Divine Roles

James E. Faust, “The Virtues of Righteous Daughters of God,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 108; “Ten Ways to Make a Difference,” New Era, Nov. 2004, 4. Discuss the 10 virtues in the article to help the young women learn about their divine roles.

M. Russell Ballard, “Women of Righteousness,” Liahona, Dec. 2002, 34; Ensign, Apr. 2002, 66. Use the article to supplement the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 6.

Lesson 9: Honoring Parents

Thomas S. Monson, “Be Thou an Example,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 112. Use the section about honoring parents to supplement the lesson.

“Our Greatest Happiness,” Liahona, June 2003, 26; New Era, June 2003, 12. Use the quotes on parents for a handout or to introduce the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 5.

Lesson 10: Supporting Family Members

James E. Faust, “Enriching Our Lives through Family Home Evening,” Liahona and Ensign, June 2003, 2. Discuss the nine suggestions and how they can help strengthen family relations.

Camielle Call-Tarbet, “A Note from Michael,” Liahona, May 2001, 23; New Era, June 1998, 17. Read the story to start the discussion on “Supporting Each Brother and Sister.”

“Questions and Answers,” Liahona, Feb. 2004, 30; New Era, Feb. 2004, 16. Use this article to supplement the discussion on “Supporting Your Father.”

Personal Progress, “Good Works Value Experiences,” nos. 1–7.

Lesson 11: Growing and Maturing in Self-reliance, Part 1

Boyd K. Packer, “Spiritual Crocodiles,” Liahona, Oct. 2002, 8; New Era, Oct. 2001, 8. Consider using the article in place of the poem and to discuss how to confront spiritual dangers.

Mary Ellen W. Smoot, “Seeking Solutions,” Ensign, Feb. 2002, 42. After the quiz, review the four solutions to solving problems, using the examples from the article where needed.

Personal Progress, “Knowledge Value Experiences,” no. 4.

Lesson 12: Growing and Maturing in Self-reliance, Part 2

James E. Faust, “Who Do You Think You Are?—A Message to Youth,” Liahona, June 2001, 2; “Who Do You Think You Are?” Ensign, Mar. 2001, 2; New Era, Mar. 2001, 4. Substitute the dramatizations with the examples from the article.

Russell M. Nelson, “Identity, Priority, and Blessings,” Ensign, Aug. 2001, 6. After Elder McConkie’s quote, discuss “Connecting Identity, Priority, and Blessings” from the article.

Lesson 13: Sustaining Priesthood Bearers

Russell M. Nelson, “Personal Priesthood Responsibility,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2003, 44. Review the five personal objectives in discussing how to sustain priesthood holders.

J. Richard Clarke, “To Honor the Priesthood,” Ensign, May 1991, 41; “No Big Deal?” New Era, Sept. 2001, 46. Use in a discussion on how to strengthen young priesthood holders.

Lesson 14: Patriarchal Leadership in the Home

The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, “Father, Consider Your Ways,” Ensign, June 2002, 12. After the discussion on the quiz, use to review the roles of a father.

L. Tom Perry, “Fatherhood, an Eternal Calling,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2004, 69. Use to talk about the role of fathers today.

Lesson 15: The Melchizedek Priesthood

Boyd K. Packer, “What Every Elder Should Know—and Every Sister as Well: A Primer on Principles of Priesthood Government,” Tambuli, Nov. 1994, 15; Ensign, Feb. 1993, 6. Use to supplement the lesson.

John H. Groberg, “Priesthood Power,” Liahona, July 2001, 51; Ensign, May 2001, 43. Use to supplement the section “Receiving the Melchizedek Priesthood Is a Great Blessing.”

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 5.

Lesson 16: Women and Priesthood Bearers

James E. Faust, “Fathers, Mothers, Marriage,” Liahona and Ensign, Aug. 2004, 2. Use as needed to complement the lesson.

Sheri L. Dew, “It Is Not Good for Man or Woman to Be Alone,” Liahona, Jan. 2002, 13; Ensign, Nov. 2001, 12. Use to supplement the section “Women Have an Important Relationship to Men and the Priesthood.”

Lesson 17: The Purpose of Covenants and Ordinances

Russell M. Nelson, “Prepare for Blessings of the Temple,” Ensign, Mar. 2002, 16. Use to supplement discussion on making sacred covenants.

Dennis B. Neuenschwander, “Ordinances and Covenants,” Liahona, Nov. 2001, 16; Ensign, Aug. 2001, 20. Consider including in the discussion about the responsibilities of keeping covenants.

F. David Stanley, “The Most Important Step,” Liahona, Oct. 2001, 34; New Era, June 2000, 20. Use the article to explain the power gained through living covenants.

Personal Progress, “Integrity Value Experiences,” no. 1.

Lesson 18: Temple Marriage—Requirement for Eternal Family Life

Gordon B. Hinckley, “The Marriage That Endures,” Liahona and Ensign, July 2003, 2. Use the article to replace or enhance stories throughout the lesson.

Russell M. Nelson, “Personal Preparation for Temple Blessings,” Liahona, July 2001, 37; Ensign, May 2001, 32. Include ideas from the section on preparing for temple marriage.

Special issue, Liahona, Oct. 2004; New Era, Oct. 2004. Use to supplement the lesson.

Personal Progress, “Integrity Value Project,” bullet 5.

Lesson 19: Personal Records

James E. Faust, “The Phenomenon That Is You,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2003, 53. Use with the section “Records of Progenitors Can Bring Joy and Strength.”

Boyd K. Packer, “Your Family History: Getting Started,” Liahona and Ensign, Aug. 2003, 12. After the quiz, use the article to show how to begin family history.

Pamela J. Reid, “Pink and White Pages,” Ensign, Aug. 2001, 59. Include the story after the question about keeping a personal record.

Personal Progress, “Faith Value Project,” bullet 3.

Lesson 20: Reach Out to Others

M. Russell Ballard, “Doctrine of Inclusion,” Liahona, Jan. 2002, 40; Ensign, Nov. 2001, 35. Use examples from the article to encourage friendship with everyone.

Alison Tanner, “Noticing Sarah,” New Era, Apr. 2002, 9. Include this story as an example of reaching out to others.

Personal Progress, “Divine Nature Value Experiences,” no. 3.

Lesson 21: A Righteous Example Influences Others

Thomas S. Monson, “Be Thou an Example,” Liahona, Jan. 2002, 115; Ensign, Nov. 2001, 98. Substitute one of President Monson’s experiences for Sister Casper’s story.

James E. Faust, “The Virtues of Righteous Daughters of God,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 108. Include President Faust’s 10 virtues in the lesson application.

Lesson 22: Repentance

Richard G. Scott, “Peace of Conscience and Peace of Mind,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2004, 15. Include Elder Scott’s counsel in the section on “Repentance Is a Continuing Process.”

Jay E. Jensen, “Do You Know How to Repent?” Liahona, Apr. 2002, 14; New Era, Nov. 1999, 4. Insert the article’s conditions of repentance in the first section.

Lesson 23: Forgiveness

Gordon B. Hinckley, “You Can Be Forgiven,” New Era, Oct. 2001, 4. Add “This Is the Time” to the fourth section of the lesson.

Cecil O. Samuelson Jr., “Forgiveness,” Liahona, Feb. 2003, 26; Ensign, Feb. 2003, 48. Use the article to supplement the section on how the Savior taught forgiveness.

Lesson 24: Prayer and Meditation

James E. Faust, “The Lifeline of Prayer,” Liahona, July 2002, 62; Ensign, May 2002, 59. Consider replacing H. Burke Peterson’s quote with President Faust’s counsel on prayer.

Russell M. Nelson, “Sweet Power of Prayer,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2003, 7. Insert Elder Nelson’s teachings about prayer in the last section.

Personal Progress, “Faith Value Experiences,” no. 1.