When I Pay My Tithing, Heavenly Father Will Bless Me

Identify the doctrine and encourage understanding (seeing a demonstration): Explain that tithing is giving one-tenth of the money you earn to the Lord through His Church. Show the children 10 coins. Ask them how many of the coins should be used to pay tithing. Show a tithing envelope and a donation slip, and explain that we pay tithing by filling out the donation slip, putting it in the envelope with our tithing, and giving it to the bishop or one… Read more »

LDS Prayer Sharing Time Idea

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Encourage understanding (discussing prayer): Show the children a telephone or another form of communication. Discuss how it is used. Ask the children how we can communicate with Heavenly Father. Explain that just as we dial a number to talk to someone on the phone, we can pray to communicate with Heavenly Father; we can ask Him for strength to do what is right. Give each class a picture of a different kind of… Read more »

Modesty Sharing Time Idea

This week’s Modesty Sharing Time lesson has a lot of people stressing out. 🙂 I came across a great idea in a Primary Presidency Facebook group I am a member of. If you aren’t in this group, you should be! There are some great ideas shared on this page, just like this one that I am going to share with you. 🙂 In this month’s Friend magazine, there was an article called, “Shine Your Light”, which talked about modesty. I saw… Read more »

August 2016 LDS Sharing Time Idea

Sharing Time Idea from the 2016 Outline Introduce the doctrine: Ask the children to turn to 1 Corinthians 3:16 and read the scripture aloud together. Tell the children that one of the ways we treat our bodies like temples is by dressing modestly. Display “My Gospel Standards,” and have the children read aloud the standard that says, “I will dress modestly to show respect for Heavenly Father and myself.” Encourage understanding: Discuss what dressing modestly means (see the “Dress and Appearance” section of For the Strength… Read more »