Hi everyone! It's Joan with the lesson packet for your Youth Sunday School lesson for May 2nd. Each Youth Sunday School packet includes all the weeks leading up to the first and third Sundays. The weeks will still be separate so you can choose which ideas to use. Please use the activities that work best for you in your own circumstances. You may not be able to use all of the graphics and activities and that’s okay! We know that many of you are teaching online, so many of our visual aids will be a horizontal design to make it easier to use during online meetings (when you share your screen or create a slideshow).
Each packet will include questions, handouts, worksheets/activities, and scripture journal prompts. You can download the zip file of JPG files below (pink button) to make it easier to share them online.
This packet is for:
Doctrine and Covenants 41–44
“My Law to Govern My Church”
April 26–May 2
Doctrine and Covenants 45
“The Promises … Shall Be Fulfilled”
Please let me know if you're looking for any specific helps for your Youth Sunday School lessons. Feel free to leave a comment or email us at [email protected] with any suggestions and/or how your lesson went! Click the button below to download the packet:
How do I send an image from the packet in a text or post to social media?
To send an image, you will need to download the JPG files by clicking on the pink button above. Unzip the file on your computer. Then email yourself the images that you'd like to send in a text or to post on social media. Open your email on your phone and save the images to your phone.
This zip file will download to your computer and you will need to "unzip" it to view the files. To unzip a file: if you have a mac, double click on the file name; if you have a PC, right click on the file name and select "extract"; If you are on an iPad, you will need to install an app in order to unzip the file.
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