Have a Book of Mormon night. Build some sort of tower (make sure it is sturdy and safe!) or just use ladders. Then have “King Benjamin” come and give part of his famous speech from the first chapters of Mosiah. Have everyone sit on blankets, gathered close enough to hear. Pass out written copies of the selections that are read, just as was done in King Benjamin’s time. Food such as flat bread, cheese, and grapes could fit into the theme as refreshments.
Service Project Suggestion
Family Home Evening Ideas
“Choose the Right … Media,” on page 37, get together with your family and clean out your videos and DVDs. Discard those that don’t fit with your family goals, and create another stack that you could watch together on special movie nights, especially videos produced by the Church.
Read together the article
“Penny for Your Prayers,” on page 29. Give each person attending your family home evening a small coin to put in his or her shoe as a reminder to pray. Follow up the next week, and have all report on their experiences with prayer during the week.
Sunday Lesson Helps
In addition to the Resource Guides (printed in May and November in the Ensign and Liahona), Young Women and Aaronic Priesthood teachers may find these additional resources helpful in enhancing lessons 26–30.
Young Women Manual 3
Lesson 26: Repentance
“I Was the 100th Sheep,” New Era, Apr. 2004, 8.
Q&A: “I’ve been through the repentance process, but how do I know if I’ve really been forgiven?” New Era, Feb. 2003, 16.
Lesson 27: Forgiving Ourselves
Boyd K. Packer,
“Can I Be Forgiven?” New Era, Mar. 2000, 8.
Lesson 28: Consecration and Sacrifice
Lynn G. Robbins,
Amy L. Nielsen, “My Sister’s Surprise,” New Era, Dec. 2004, 38.
Lesson 29: A Change of Heart
Lesson 30: Scripture Study
Idea List: “Scripture Study Tips,” New Era, June 2004, 33.
Aaronic Priesthood Manual 3
Lesson 26: Blessings of Chastity
John Bytheway, “What Do Kisses Mean?” New Era, Oct. 2004, 38.
Neal A. Maxwell, “Reasons to Stay Pure,” New Era, Mar. 2003, 42.
Lesson 27: The Body Is a Temple
Rand Packer, “Gulp!” New Era, July 2004, 26.
Caroline H. Benzley, “Be Clean,” New Era, July 2002, 12.
Lesson 28: Withstanding Temptation
Keith R. Waters,
David E. Sorensen, “You Can’t Pet a Rattlesnake,” New Era, May 2002, 44.
Lesson 29: Sabbath Observance
Q&A: “… Almost all the jobs I am qualified for require Sunday work. What should I do?” New Era, June 2004, 16.
Lesson 30: An Aaronic Priesthood Holder Cherishes Womanhood
Russell M. Nelson,