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LESSON OUTLINES:

 Why was a restoration necessary?

 Why do we need the Book of Mormon?

 How was the priesthood restored?

 What was Joseph Smith’s role in the Restoration?

 Why is the First Vision important?






 
Comments (11)
  • Megan

    What is verse 1 and 41 for Joseph Smith roll im the restoration. I wanted to do the bubble gum object lesson but dont know what scriptures to use.

  • Jaclyn  - Scripture for bubble gum object lessom

    I believe the verses are from D&C 19

  • Melissa Oldfield  - Weekly Study Assignments

    I have found the girls will study the lesson during the week if it's online and click-able.

    comefollowme2013.blogspot.com

    Each week I remind them of the lesson they should study for next week. They can go to this blog and have access to all the links without seeing the actual lesson plan (which can sometimes take the magic from the moment)

    While viewing the blog on their handheld device, they can bookmark it right to their screen - like an app - and access it super easy each week.

    I love it!

  • Anonymous

    I missed seeing a bubble gum object lesson, where do I find this?

  • Carolyn  - bubble gum object lesson

    I found a bubble gum, restoration, object lesson in the Primary section of sugardoodle. Here is the link. I don't know if this is the one they were talking about in the comments, but it has a nice hand out. :)

    http://www.sugardoodle.net/joomla/index.php? option=com_content&task=view&id=3681&Itemid=5

  • Lori Dennert  - restoration

    what is the scripture reference for the object lesson with the bubblegum? Love this idea

  • Carla  - Modifying the Bubble Gum Idea

    I really like the bubble gum object lesson, but I am teaching about the restoration this Sunday and it is Fast Sunday for us. I was thinking maybe I could buy a small blank puzzle, write my own message or picture on it, then talk about some of the things other churches had during Joseph Smith's day. As I mentioned each thing I could drop a puzzle piece into a baggie. After I had several of the pieces collected I could have one of the girls try to put the puzzle together. We would discover together that the puzzle had some missing pieces. We could together think of what our church has that would give us the additional pieces that we needed in order to have a completed puzzle. I just thought of this idea so it still needs some work, but I think it would do the trick in getting the idea across.

  • Karina  - re:
    Megan wrote:
    What is verse 1 and 41 for Joseph Smith roll im the restoration. I wanted to do the bubble gum object lesson but dont know what scriptures to use.

    I would love to know the scripture too

  • Nicole

    I don't know what the scriptures are, I would love to know too, but in searching the LDS site I came across very good definitions. It is "the guide to the scriptures" on lds.org. Look up savior and then redeemer. The first paragraph of both I found useful.
    http://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/redeemer? lang=eng&letter=r
    http://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/savior?lang=eng

  • Emily Hall  - bubble gum object lesson

    Has anyone figured out what verse 1 and 41 mean in the lesson description?

  • Collette  - A clearer explanation of the Gum Object Lesson

    This is the PERFECT explanation and hand out of the gum object lesson.

    http://www.sugardoodle.net/joomla/index.php?% 20option=com_content&task=view&id=3681&Itemid=5

    I also really like the puzzle pieces idea and I think I have a way of incorporating both into my lesson! Thanks so much!

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