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HANDOUT IDEAS:
  
 Crafting is contagious!
 Green Jello with Carrots
 Have the girls make temple recommend holders
Paper Cakes and Icing
 Steadfast and Immovable
 Tales of a Trophy Wife
 Temple Endowment Handout by Niesha Peterson
 Temple Endow-MINT by Terri Shea
 This-n-That
 You could make temple envelopes for the girls.
  
LESSON HELPS:

 Do you know which way you are going? by Alethea Carpenter (Handout idea also)
 
For an attention getter at the beginning of lesson 16, I am going to do a little commercial with "What's in your wallet?" I'm going to talk about how a credit card can help you get the temporal things we want, your recommend is how we access everything for time and all eternity.  (Idea by Brandi Barnett / ga05182008)
 I'm ready for my license now.... by Cindee

 
Lesson Helps from Debanae
 Lesson Helps from Young Women Connection

PERSONAL PROGRESS HELPS:  These Personal Progress Goals pertain to the lesson.  You could encourage the girls to work on one of these goals in the coming week.

Faith 3, Individual Worth 5, Good Works 7, Integrity 3.

PRODUCTS FOR PURCHASE:

 Lesson 16 Handout from Jack and Jill of *many* trades

QUOTES:

"When you receive an ordinance, whether it be baptism, the sacrament, an ordination or setting apart, an endowment or a sealing, you receive an obligation.  Thereafter, you are under covenant not to steal, nor to lie, nor to profane, nor take the name of the Lord in vain.  You are obligated to maintain the moral standard...  You have the responsibility to support every principle of the gospel and the servants the Lord has ordained to administer them.  President Joseph Fielding Smith said this: 'Each ordinance and requirement given to man for the purpose of bringing to pass his salvation and exaltation is a covenant' (DS / 1:152)."  - Boyd K. Packer, February 3, 1980.

TALKS:

 A Temple Motivated People by Howard W. Hunter -   Use the article to discuss the blessings of the temple.

 


 
Comments (6)
  • DyAnn Smith

    I woke up early dreaming about this for my lesson on the endowment. I am making a sandwich instead of using the ladder visual in the lesson. I'll have a picnic basket with a loaf of french bread and all the ingredients I'll need for my sandwich, I'll build the sandwich as I mention each of the steps and then share my sandwhich. Bread=heaven (before we came to Earth). Faith=mustard (grain of mustard). Repentance=dash of vinegar. Baptism=pickels(they are fully submerged). Gift of Holy Ghost= Cheese (White & Holy). Temple Endowment= meat (the real meat of the gospel). Eternal marriage= lettuce (lettuce be together). Continued faithfulness=Mayo (remain pure and white). Bread=back in heaven. My hope is when they see a sandwich they'll think of the steps necessary to return to live with Heavenly Father.

  • Jayna

    Wow DyAnn, what a great idea :) I think i'll use this for my lesson tomorrow! Thanks for sharing. You know you're inspired when you wake up with ideas like that :)

  • Julie

    Thank you thank you! Love the idea! I was looking for something to 'spruce up' this lesson that I was afraid might be kind of boring for the girls - this is GREAT!

  • Candace Cottrell

    Wonderful idea DyAnn! In my box of children's plastic playfood, I happened to have all the makings of the sandwich, so I used this instead of taking real food. This is just another way to do it, if you didn't have all the makings of a sandwich on hand. Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Sunny

    This week our lesson is on the endowment. I'm wondering if anyone knows the official policy regarding tenple clothing. If done with respect and discretion, would it be ok to show the yw some of the temple clothing? Perhaps an apron or robe? It seems like it might be helpful to give them an idea of what to expect.

  • Shannon
    Quote:
    This week our lesson is on the endowment. I'm wondering if anyone knows the official policy regarding tenple clothing. If done with respect and discretion, would it be ok to show the yw some of the temple clothing? Perhaps an apron or robe? It seems like it might be helpful to give them an idea of what to expect.


    Absolutely inappropriate outside the Temple walls. It's actually inappropriate to even show it in the lobby of the Temple. It's not something we show people who are not ready to make those sacred covenants. Good luck with your lesson, I just wanted to make sure that you received a clear answer to your question.

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