I Know My Savior Lives

Gettysburg Ward Primary Newsletter

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"For behold, I am God; and I am a God of miracles; . . . and I work not among the children of men save it be according to their faith" (2 Nephi 27:23)

August Lessons & Assignments

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Mark Your Calendar

02 Aug - Fast Sunday

New Testament Scripture Challenge

Peter & Cornelius

Acts 10:1-11; 18

The Conversion of Saul

Acts 7:57-60; 8:1-3; 9:1-30; 26:9-23

Paul's First Mission

Acts 13:4-11; 14-43; 14:5-10

Paul's Second Mission

Acts 15:36-41; 16:15-34

Paul's Third Mission

Acts 18:23; 19:1-7, 11-12, 20


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Sister

Sister Morrisey

Teaching - Improving - Loving

A little tidbit from the "Teaching, No Greater Call" Manual


"Lesson 30: Taking Time to Prepare" - Begin your lesson preparation early. You may occasionally receive teaching assignments that require last-minute preparation. But you will usually be able to begin preparation well in advance. This is an important part of teaching. The earlier you begin praying about, pondering, and preparing for your next lesson, the more time you will have to be guided by the Spirit and to look for examples, comparisons, and other ideas to enrich the lesson (see “Recognizing and Following the Spirit in Your Teaching,” pages 47–48; “Looking for Lessons Everywhere,” pages 22–23; “Comparisons and Object Lessons,” pages 163–64). You will have time to ask those you teach to prepare special assignments, such as musical presentations (see pages 172–74). You will also have time to identify and prepare to use resources that are available in the meetinghouse library (see “Church Resources for Teaching the Gospel,” page 105).

It is often helpful to begin thinking about an upcoming lesson soon after you have taught the preceding lesson. You will probably be most aware of those you teach and their needs and interests immediately after you have been with them. You will also be most aware of their response to your teaching. You can evaluate your approach and methods while they are fresh in your mind.

The Miracle (New Easter song by Shawna Edwards)