I Know My Savior Lives

Gettysburg Ward Primary Newsletter

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"Yea, come unto Christ, and be perfected in him"

(Moroni 10:32)

October Lessons & Assignments

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Mark Your Calendar

03 & 04 - General Conference

11 Oct - Fast Sunday

New Testament Scripture Challenge

Peter's Letter to the Galatians

Galatians 2:16-21; 5:22-23; 6:7-10

Paul's Letter to the Ephesians

Ephesians 1:3-12; 4:11-16; 6:10-18

Paul's Letter to the Philippians

Philippians 1:2-11; 2:12-13; 4:4-13

Paul's Letter to the Colossians

Colossians 1:9-20; 3:1-16

Make scripture mastery fun and easy by clicking on the links above to the LDS.org scriptures.


Teaching - Improving - Loving

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

After teaching a lesson, a Gospel Doctrine teacher was troubled by the teaching experience. Some parts of the lesson had gone well, but other parts had been disappointing. “Why did some things go well and others not?” he asked himself. “What would I do again in presenting the lesson? What would I change?” The questions stayed with him as he pondered how to help the members of his class learn the gospel. The questions this teacher asked himself are nearly universal among teachers. In addition to evaluating the learning of those we teach (see “How to Tell If They Are Learning,” page 73), it is also important to assess our own success in presenting lessons. President Spencer W. Kimball taught of the importance of evaluating ourselves and seeking to improve: “We ascertain and establish acceptable standards of excellence … and measure our work accordingly. We should be less interested in excelling others but more concerned with excelling our own past records” (The Teachings of Spencer W. Kimball, ed. Edward L. Kimball [1982], 488).

LDS Church Leaders preparing us for the 2nd Coming of Christ
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