Kearney 1st Ward

Young Womens

Announcements

Seminary: Seminary begins tomorrow, August 26th at 6:00am.


Wednesday, August 28th - Class Activities. Laurels and MiaMaids will be meeting at the church for individual class planning meetings. Beehives will be meeting at the Jameson's house for an end of summer pool party (7:00 - 8:00.)


Mormon Night with the T-Bones: On August 30th at 7:05. Come join us for a fun family night at a T-Bones baseball game. See the Boy Scouts from our stake post the colors, and hear our choir sing the National Anthem. Tickets will be $6.50 each.


Stake Conference: September 21 - 22nd.



August Calendar Dates

MiaMaids conduct this month


August 26: Seminary Begins

August 28: Class Activities

Come Follow Me & Personal Progress

September: Commandments



“Consider on the blessed and happy state of those that keep the commandments of God” (Mosiah 2:41).


Commandments are the laws and requirements that a loving Heavenly Father gives His children to bless them, protect them, and guide them back to Him. When we keep the commandments, we show our love for Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. As we obey the commandments and continually repent, we become more like the Savior and we are blessed with happiness, peace, testimony, and the companionship of the Holy Ghost. Obedience to the commandments helps us fulfill our divine role as daughters of God.


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Personal Progress

The following activities from Personal Progress relate to the lessons in this unit:

Divine Nature value experiences 3 and 5

Individual Worth value experience 4

Virtue value experiences and value projects


Birthdays

No August Birthdays!

New Era Message: Come Follow Me



Focus on the Blessings


When you think about the word “commandments” for your Sunday learning this month (see lds.org/youth/learn), your first thought may be something like, “Commandments give me lists of things I shouldn’t do,” because that’s how a lot of the world thinks.


But that thinking overlooks the fact that commandments also provide a lot of things we should do, such as “be of good cheer” (D&C 68:6), “seek learning” (D&C 109:7), and “seek … the best gifts” (D&C 46:8), and thatcommandments are designed to help us. By keeping the commandments, we become better people and find peace and happiness beyond anything the world offers.


That’s why it’s important to remember that Heavenly Father gives us commandments so He can bless us in incredible ways through our obedience (see page 22). For example, here are some promised blessings of obedience talked about in the April 2013 general conference:


Find many more promised blessings in these and other talks at conference.lds.org.





Contact a member of the Young Women Presidency

Xio Freestone President 824-1480 xiomarafreestone@yahoo.com

Amanda Lopez 1st counselor 401-7122 jass4ever@sbcglobal.net

Maggie Anderson 2nd counselor (801) 793-8038 maggieande01@gmail.com

Aimee Patterson secretary 678-8453 aimeeportie@gmail.com or apatters@nkcschools.org