Mutual Activity Idea
• Have a career night. Invite members of your ward in a variety of professions to give short presentations on their jobs and what they did to prepare. If possible, you can ask presenters to demonstrate or teach a simple skill used in their profession.
Personal Progress or Duty to God
• Select a skill that you would like to learn, and create a plan to accomplish it. For example, if you would like to take better photographs, you might sign up for a community class. Or ask someone who is proficient to critique your work and help you improve. Perhaps you could sign up for swimming lessons or a creative writing class to improve your ability. You could even learn an unusual skill such as riding a unicycle or learning tricks with a yo-yo. The value of learning will become clear as you persist and succeed in your simple goals.
Family Home Evening Idea
• Read the article
Sunday Lesson Helps
In addition to the Resource Guides (online at www.lds.org/gospellibrary, in the Shortcuts section), Young Women and Aaronic Priesthood teachers may find these resources helpful in enhancing lessons 30–33.
Young Women Manual 3
Lesson 30: Scripture Study
Lesson 31: Service in the Church
Lesson 32: Service in the Community
Lesson 33: Each Person Is Divine and Eternal
Aaronic Priesthood Manual 3
Lesson 30: An Aaronic Priesthood Holder Cherishes Womanhood
Lesson 31: Choosing an Eternal Companion
Lesson 32: Preparing for the Temple Endowment
Lesson 33: Celestial Marriage—A Preparation for Eternity
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