Make completing activities from the Faith in God book easy with worksheets!
As I was going through the book there are quite a few activities where you have to write something down, explain something or make lists. I thought it would be really great for the girls to have a place to write all these things down. Having them on the same template can bring consistency and even help the girls get quite a few activities done quickly (I thought of naming these worksheets "Faith In God for the procrastinator"). The girls are asked to complete 2 activities each year for Learning and Living the Gospel, Serving Other and Developing Talents. There are at least three worksheets below for each of those sections.
Listed below are the section and activity from the Faith in God book:
Learning and Living the Gospel
1. THE SACRAMENT
Explain how taking the sacrament helps you renew your baptismal covenant. In a family home evening, teach others about things we can do to remain faithful.
2. THE FIRST VISION
Give a family home evening lesson on Joseph Smith’s First Vision (see Joseph Smith—History 1:1–20). Discuss how Heavenly Father answers our sincere prayers.
3. THE HOLY GHOST
Mark these verses about the Holy Ghost in your scriptures: John 14:16–17, 2 Nephi 32:5, and Moroni 10:5. Discuss ways the Holy Ghost helps you.
4. FOLLOW THE PROPHET
Read a recent conference address given by the prophet. Decide what you can do to follow the prophet, and do it.
Give an opening and a closing prayer in family home evening or at Primary. Share your feelings about how prayer protects us and helps us to stay close to Heavenly Father and the Savior.
6. FAITH IN JESUS CHRIST
Tell a story from the Book of Mormon that teaches about faith inJesus Christ. Share your testimony of the Savior.
7. THE WORD OF WISDOM
Read D&C 89. Discuss how Heavenly Father blesses us when we faithfully live the Word of Wisdom. Help plan and conduct an activity to teach the Word of Wisdom to others.
Learn to sing ( no. 239). Explain what agency is and what it means to be responsible for your choices. Discuss how making good choices has helped you develop greater faith.
Write a letter to a teacher, your parents, or your grandparents telling them what you appreciate and respect about them.
Make a list of the qualities you like in a person. Choose one quality to develop in yourself. Discuss how showing respect and kindness strengthens you, your family, and others.
11. GOOD CITIZEN
Read the twelfth article of faith. Discuss what it means to be a good citizen and how your actions can affect others.
Learn how to budget and save money. Discuss why it is important to faithfully pay our tithing and how Heavenly Father blesses us when we do (see 3 Nephi 24:10–11). Pay your tithing and begin saving for a mission.
13.PREPARE FOR SERVICE
Learn to sing, play, or lead a song from the Teach or share the song in a family home evening or at Primary. Discuss how developing talents helps prepare us for service to Heavenly Father and others.
14. PRINCIPLES OF THE GOSPEL
Write a poem, story, or short play that teaches a principle of the gospel or is about Heavenly Father’s creations.
15. SEEK LEARNING
Read D&C 88:118. Discuss what it means to “seek learning, even by study and also by faith.” Improve your personal study habits by doing such things as learning how to choose and read good books or being prepared for school each day.
16. LEARN TO WORK
List five things you can do to help around your home. Discuss the importance of obeying and honoring your parents and learning how to work.
Preparing for Young Women
17. SEEKING VIRTUE
After studying the thirteenth article of faith, make a list of things that are uplifting and virtuous. Discuss with a parent or leader how you can seek after these things.
18. TRUTH AND RIGHTEOUSNESS
Write in your journal how you can serve the Lord as you stand for truth and righteousness.
19. GOOD EDUCATION
Read D&C 88:77–80, 118 and D&C 130:19. Discuss with a parent or Primary leader how important a good education is and how it can help strengthen your home and family and in the Church.
Read “The Family: A Proclamation to the World.” Make a list of things you can do to help strengthen your family and make a happy home. Share the list with your parents or Primary leader.