Here are some great talks and articles that go great with this lesson:1. "Rise To Your Call" Henry B. Eyring
2. LDS quotes on "Church Callings"
3. "Feed My Sheep" by Elder Ulisses Soares of the Seventy
This is the handout:
There are 2 versions of this handout. Version 2 is very quick and easy, but version 1 isn't difficult either. It just takes a bit more time.
To make handout #1:
1. Print out tag HERE. (6 tags per page)
2. Cut tags out around black outer border.
3. Fill a container with popcorn. I got my popcorn boxes at the dollar store in the wrapping paper section. If you can't find popcorn boxes you can use any box or bag you want. A little tin pail would be darling!
4. Wrap with cellophane. I put mine in a cellophane bag that is about the size of a paper lunch sack.
5. Finish off with a cute bow and attach the tag.
*I always try to be generous with ribbon. If you are trying to skimp it always shows. A nice hearty bow makes any gift or handout look generous.
**I made White Chocolate Popcorn. I got the recipe HERE. I'm not usually a white chocolate fan, but I LOVE it on popcorn!
To make handout #2:
This version is the quicker easier version. Print out the tag HERE. (2 tags per page.)
attach to a bag of microwave popcorn with plenty of ribbon. EASY!!!
I really want to help the girls understand how much of a difference they can make by really serving in their callings even though they are so young. I have a couple of family experiences I want to share with them.
I also want to share my feelings about how blessed we are to even have the opportunity to serve each other. It is such a privilege. The Lord could do it Himself, but because He allows us to serve we grow and improve ourselves and we develop love and concern for those we serve. Serving in our callings really does benefit us and those we serve.
Come back soon,