I Know My Savior Lives

Gettysburg Ward Primary Newsletter

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"By the power of the Holy Ghost ye may know the truth of all things" (Moroni 10:5)

June Lessons & Assignments

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Mark Your Calendar

05 June - 11 yr Old Camp out 5 pm

07 June - Fast Sunday

09 June - Activity Day Girls

10 June - Matthew H's Baptism at 6 pm

16 June - Activity Day Girls

21 June - Fathers Day

New Testament Scripture Challenge

Jesus Christ in Gethsemane

Matthew 16:26-46; Luke 22:40-46; John 3:16; 15:12-13

Jesus Christ Is Betrayed, Arrested, and Tried

Matthew 26:14-16; 47-57; Luke 22:47; 23:25

The Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus Christ

Matthew 27:32-66; Luke 23:26-56; John 10:17-18; 15:13; 19:13-42

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Matthew 27:52-53; 28:1-20; Luke 24; John 20; Acts 1:3, 9-11; 1 Corinthians 15:5-6, 22


Make reading scriptures fun and easy by clicking on the links above to go directly to each scripture at LDS.org

Teaching - Improving - Loving

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


As a teacher, you can prepare an environment that invites the Spirit to attend your teaching. Then the Spirit can bear witness of the truthfulness of the principles you teach. The following suggestions will help you invite the Spirit as you teach. The Lord has said, “Pray always, and I will pour out my Spirit upon you, and great shall be your blessing—yea, even more than if you should obtain treasures of earth and corruptibleness to the extent thereof” (D&C 19:38). Prayer encourages reverence and helps us prepare to learn the gospel. Those you teach should take turns offering prayers before and after each lesson. In their prayers, they may ask for the guidance of the Spirit during the lesson and as they apply the truths they have learned.


As you teach, pray in your heart for the Spirit to guide you, to open the hearts of the learners, and to testify and inspire. Occasionally you might invite learners to pray in their hearts for you as the teacher and for themselves and others who are striving to learn (see 3 Nephi 20:1).


If you teach small children, you can do much to help them feel reverent as they prepare for prayer. You can remind them to sit quietly. You can fold your arms to set an example. You can teach the language of prayer, helping them use the words Thee, Thou, Thy, and Thine in place of you and your. Until they learn to use their own words, you can prompt them as they pray. You can thank children for the prayers they have offered and comment briefly and thoughtfully about what they have said.

Feeling the Holy Ghost: Power of the Holy Spirit