Sunday, February 17, 2013

Church Lesson on Choices.

Today I taught a lesson to my Young Women on

I'm a firm believer that EVERY SINGLE CHOICE we make in life has a consequence.
Good.  Or Bad.

I based most of my lesson off of THIS talk from President Monson.

I also texted each of my girls earlier in the week and told them to come prepared and ready to share an experience of a time when they had to make a choice in their life...and what their consequence was as  a result of that choice...whether good or bad.  

I closed the lesson by showing THIS video....which I LOVED.

As far as my handout went.....

President Monson spoke briefly in his talk about the movie Alice in Wonderland, and the process Alice went through in deciding what choice to make, when she was faced with a fork in the road.

I LOVE what he had to say about it:

Unlike Alice we all know where we want to go, and it DOES matter which way we go for by choosing our path, we choose our destination. - Thomas S. Monson

We talked a lot about our YW value of CHOICE & ACCOUNTABLITY and so I found it fitting to include some ORANGE treats for the girls to take home.
{Orange reperesents Choice and Accountablity}.

 It was a great lesson to teach and I LOVED studying President Monson's talk so much!

If you'd like a copy of my Alice in Wonderland handout you can 
download it  HERE.



  1. You are amazing. Thanks so much for the handout..

  2. I'm doing this Lesson on Sunday, I'm so glad I found this! This a great! Thank you! :)

  3. Super cute! Any cute ideas for a lesson I will be doing in March "Why do I need to forgive?"

  4. Thanks for sharing your darling handouts! What program do you use to make them?? I would like to try it on my own sometime...

    1. Thanks Linda! I use Microsoft Word. Would love to learn photoshop someday soon because I know there's a TON more you can do on that. xoxo

  5. Thank you so much for your wonderful ideas!! It is so nice to be able to have some fresh ideas for my YW. I appreciate your time and talents as well as your being willing to share with the rest of us!! :)

  6. Teaching this lesson on Sunday. Thank you for the ideas.

    1. You are very welcome Kristin! Glad you can use them! :) xoxo

  7. I am trying to download your handout, but it is saying it is no longer there. Is there any way you could email it to me? chantielbishop(at)gmail(dot)com


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