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On Lemon Lane is a space dedicated to providing high quality, detail-oriented products for educators, religious teachers, stay at home mommas, and creatives alike. My hope is that it will be a place to uplift, inspire, encourage, and refresh.This site has been a product of my thoughts and dreams for a long time. I thrive when it comes to all things creative but nothing is more fulfilling than sharing them with you. If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up to gain access to our exclusive member-only content. Subscription is free, and easy-peasy, lemon squeezy! *I promise I will treat your email as if it were my own… my personal email… not my trashy one 😉

You may be asking yourself, “What’s with all the Lemon?” Great question! Lemon is a family name. My dad literally grew up on Lemon Lane, in a house his Great, Great, Great Grandpa Lemon built. Some of my fondest memories still live on Lemon Lane. To me, Lemon represents faith, family, foundation, and hope for the future.

I am married to my sweet husband Ben. We came about in a rather serendipitous way that left me knowing that Heavenly Father loves us, knows us personally, and is cautiously guiding us through life. I will forever be grateful for him. Ben is smart, talented, witty and fun. He loves discovering new music and enjoys anything related to smoking meat, hunting/conservation, or Sports, yet can sing every word to Newsies. We are both major foodies, love the Red Sox, and left a piece of our heart in New Orleans. We challenge each other. We balance each other. I am a better version of myself because of him. We are the parents to two beautiful babies, 17 months apart. 

Benson is hilarious and so smart. He is obsessed with animals and hunting and can tell you what a Oryx, and an Eland is… While singing along to Garth Brook’s Thunder Rolls or Toto’s Africa. He is wild and full of life, mischievous and sweet, rough and gentle all rolled into one.

Little Lovelyn fits her name just so. She is lovely. She has brought such a light into our family. This beautiful baby girl is the most strong-willed, little thing I have ever come across. Don’t be fooled by her tiny stature, baby girl packs a punch. She has us all wrapped around her pretty, petite finger and she knows it. 

Even though the pictures are pretty and poised, know that our hands are full, and the days are long. My experience in motherhood has been such a rollercoaster causing extreme highs, and extreme frustrations, self-confidence, and self-reflections, utter joy, and utter exhaustion. Yet, it’s all completely, worth it. Yes, our responsibilities and short-fallings and messes may be overflowing… but so are our hearts.

On Lemon Lane is divided into three separate categories.

  1. Teaching:           · Educational · Fun · & Effective
  2. Living:                 · Inspiring · LDS · Ideas
  3. Creating:            · Everyday · Design · & Little Details

Each is a part of me.

 

 

Teaching

Educational · Fun · & Effective

Unlike most, I didn’t always dream of becoming a teacher. However, after years of schooling and multiple degree shifts. (Literally I could have had my doctorate by the time I finally graduated. I just have an interest in too many things. The idea of picking just one constantly eluded me.) I finally decided to finish my degree in Elementary Education. When asked why ELED? There were a few logical reasons that came to mind, but the overarching idea of the importance of the role of a teacher stood out. I literally credit my success in school to two instances with two separate teachers. Both saw something in me that I didn’t see in myself, and held me to a higher standard. I felt that if I could have this same type of impact on another, that it would be enough.

Becoming a teacher was one of the best decisions made. Not only did I discover a love for teaching, I gained knowledge and experiences that I draw from daily. Teaching also allowed a creative outlet. I was able to fine-tune my digital design skills as I created to the needs of my classroom. Like many teachers I was also in for a rude awakening to the demands and weight that accompany this profession. Many days I felt like a sub-par mother, wife, teacher, and community member. Working so hard to keep my head above water feeling mediocre in every facet. While the never ending paperwork, logistics, and hoops mounted.

Regardless of the obstacles, I loved teaching. Deciding to stay at home with my then two under two was a more bittersweet event than I could have ever imagined. There is a family created when teaching: your grade-level team, your students, the faculty, parents… 5th grade will forever hold a special place in my heart. My goal while at home is to continue to create products, and deliver fresh ideas that are educational, interesting, and effective. With the hope that in turn some of that precious teacher time will be freed up. If you are a teacher make sure to join the Teaching on Lemon Lane Facebook Group, here you will find a wonderful community willing to share their expertise and ideas, and follow Teaching on Lemon Lane on Instagram. Both are a great way to connect, and stay up to date when exclusive FREE teaching products are added to the Teaching on Lemon Lane resource library.

30 years old... The first thing Benson asked this morning was to see how much I’ve grown. I chuckled when he let me know that I certainly had gotten bigger, my belly even seemed more noticeable to Lovie. The only thing that seems to be growing right now is the baby in my belly (Watch the video for the gender reveal, ***party thrown before social distancing) I can’t help but reflect and want to document a little bit about this strange time. -
When businesses started shutting down, and the orders of social distancing were put in place, I watched in horror as my schedule fell apart. I had read a quote about how tragedy or stress can only cause what was already in your cup to spill over.... So instead of gratitude and joy, out spilled the anxiety, anger, and sadness...etc that I had suppressed and masked for so long because of my schedule. I’ve always been this way. If there’s an openness, or emptiness and I’m the one left to fill the time, the emptiness overwhelms me. I thrive with structure, I struggle to set it. So here I was left to face the openness with all of my tools, activities, and things to set a schedule around taken. I was left empty handed with nothing to hide behind, staring directly at this part of me I had always known was there, but never fully confronted. -
In the past few weeks, I have grown. I’m nowhere near where I need to be, or where I want to be, but I’ve grown. I’ve felt myself adapt and get a little better, a little stronger, and a little more “ok” each week, and for that experience I will be forever grateful. -
When everything fell apart it was my literal nightmare when it comes to my mental health. (I know this sounds trivial, and I know so many have experienced true tragedy and loss through this, please know I do not take that lightly nor am I trying to take away from that, this has simply been what I’ve experienced and I know that degree is menial compared to the true loss others have felt. My hope and prayer is that you too have felt strengthened; comforted, or edified through this.) -
So here I am, 30 years old today. Though this day looks nothing like I thought it would have, (continued in comments)
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Surely by now you know I love giving you FREEBIES. #piday is no exception! Head to the website to download TWO Of my favorite FREE Activities for Pi Day. You will also find some fun activities and inspiration to make this year’s Pi Day Festivities the best day ever! My ALL time favorite is where you actually make PIE in the classroom using MATH and ZIPLOCK Bags!!! Head to the website to learn more 🥧
Comment below and tag a friend or teammate that needs a free activity to celebrate Pi Day on Monday! 💛
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Utah schools are officially closed for the next two weeks! Comment below if your school is closed or not and where your from! .
If you are still in school or need a fun St. Patrick’s Day project to assign make sure to head to the website where I’ve linked my favorites, (FREEBIES INCLUDED) In case your didn’t know I’m a bit obsessed with all things Irish. I think it all started with this throwback to Notre Dame Stadium to watch the #fightingirish🍀 Anybody else fascinated with all things Irish?? I’ll go to Ireland one day.... maybe just not today 😳🤧🤒
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With all the madness going on... you could use a FREEBIE. In case you didn’t know I have a bit of an obsession with all things Irish and St. Patrick... I can’t describe how much I LOVED learning about the man behind the holiday. St. Patrick’s story is inspiring. He truly believed in something and went up against all odds, naysayers, and dangers to achieve it. Not to mention you throw in a little Celtic mythology with fairies and leprechauns and I’m all in! 🍀🌈☘️🌈☘️🌈
I hope this product brings you joy and a little peace amongst the Chaos. You are STRONG. .
Tag a friend in the comments to share the love, link in story and profile!
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It doesn’t take long for the crumbled crayon boxes and loose, scrambled crayons lead you to slowly lose your sanity.... I love this tip from @heidisongs I also organized my crayons in drawers but her drawer separators are taking it to a whole other level!!! This makes my teacher heart so happy! .
How do you stay ahead of the scrambled Crayon Game???
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Guys.... I’m not usually one to toot my own horn.... but 🎺 🎺. You HAVE to try this in your classroom. I racked my brain to come up with a pie recipe that didn’t require melting butter, a hand mixer, oven, or mess, that still incorporated math and fun. When plastic bags came to mind I couldn’t find anything that supported the idea of whipped cream in a bag but, in theory it should work.... IT. DOES. Every “piece” of that pie #punintended is made in a ziplock bag with ingredients that simply require measuring. Best part, it’s delicious. This is SURE to be a favorite and memorable activity with your class! 💛 be sure to tag me, I can’t wait to hear all about it!.
Link can be found in my story! You should know by now I’ve got FREEBIES for you for Pi Day as well 💛💛💛 .
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Comment below if you plan to try this activity with your class! Also what day are you celebrating Pi day??? Friday or Monday?? Let me know!
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PSA: If you are wanting to try these in your own classroom, (outfit your whole grade level for less than $15!) Follow the link in my profile and order supplies through Amazon Prime👊 While you’re at the website check out the detailed step by step video tutorial for the lucky charm bracelet! Notice no glue or flame required to make this pretty little thing! Also make sure to download the FREE and EXCLUSIVE St. Patrick’s Day resources while you’re there🍀🌈☘️🌈🍀🌈☘️
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Tag a team member or friend that needs to try this with you!
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With it being National Women’s Day Yesterday it seems only appropriate to highlight a woman I love and admire... My mother. Some find it funny or strange that I hope to be just like her, but I truly mean it. She epitomizes what I believe the divinity of femininity is. She is soft and kind, all while being strong and grounded. She is all-giving and self-sacrificing all while knowing her worth. The needs of others especially those she loves will always be put before her own. Oddly enough this could be considered her weakness, which at the end of the day speaks volumes of the type of person she is. What a blessing it is to know her, how grateful I am to call her mom. .
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Who do you think of on National Women’s Day? Comment below!
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I’ve been meaning to post this video for days! If you’re looking for a fun, upper grade #artproject for Valentine’s Day that is simple and only requires supplies you can find in your closet... Look no further! The end result looks intricate and complicated, but the process is simple and fun! This was always a hit with my students. Download the template and planning sheet @teacherspayteachers FOR ONLY $1.99💕💕💕😎Please, please tag me in the end results! HAPPY VALENTINES DAY dear friends! Don’t forget to download the FREE Valentine Printables for your class on the website! .
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What do YOU do with YOUR class for Valentine’s Day??
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Last minute TPT Gift Card and Teaching on Lemon Lane Product GIVEAWAY! 🍋🍏🍋🍏🍋🍏🍋🍏
TO ENTER: Simply like and comment on this post with a Teaching on Lemon Lane Product you would like to WIN! .
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🍏Tag a friend for extra entries! 🍋Share a Screenshot of your product of choice and tag @teachingonlemonlane for 5 EXTRA entries! Can’t stress how much I LOVE to have my products in your classroom. Few things as fulfilling💛
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10$ Gift Card and Product winners will be announced Wednesday at 6:00 PM MST! 🍏
HAPPY TEACHING 🍋
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Just added the link to my FAVORITE Activity for Black History Month! Best part... IT’s FREE 💛💛💛💛💛💛 -
Head to the website to download now!
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My Favorite FREE Activity for Black History Month! This activity has been done in grades as young as 3rd and as old as 12th. Best part, it makes a BEAUTIFUL and IMPACTFUL display for your classroom or school. Students can also read 3 of there influential quotes and pick a favorite to reflect and respond to on the Quote Activity. This also make the PERFECT springboard for a Biography paper. Make sure to check out my Bio Graphic Organizers to help students plan out and organize their thoughts! .
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Download the FREE Black History Month Activity from the website! .
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Tag a friend from your #teachertribe that needs to try this activity for #blackhistorymonth
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I NEED your help!!! Head to my story to help me pick out the custom details of my @the.septarian.sisters ring. .
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Hi, my name is Tara and I struggle to make decisions! 😂😬 Which stone? Bezel? Band? & Detail would you pick??? Watch the story then comment below! .
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Which of the pictured rings is YOUR favorite???
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Looking for an impactful lesson for #mlkday ? Use the words that changed a nation and continue to shape us today. The Martin Luther King Jr. quote activity along with the FREE Crossword puzzle based on #mlkjr quotes is my favorite activity to pay tribute to an incredibly wise man. What’s your favorite Martin Luther King Jr. quote? I won’t judge you if you post more than one..... Comment below!
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Head to the website to download the quote activity and FREE MLK Crossword Puzzle
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The “BIG SCRIBB” is a FREE Download exclusive to On Lemon Lane members. See my story for the swipe up! This is one of the finished projects by @msbolier class. They did such a great job! This activity is perfect for #settinggoals and #teambuilding the discussion that results from this collaborative activity is priceless! Tag a team member or someone from your #teachertribe that needs this FREE ACTIVITY in their life 💛💛💛 ...

I don’t think I could love this little classroom nook any more than I do. The details are killing me. From the, be a nice human, to the, “I volunteer as tribute” nod. Every. Little. But. Well done @prayandteach you have outdone yourself. 😍😍😍 ...

Still all 😍 for @farming4knowledge post about the One Word Resolution! Did you download this FREEBIE? Did you know you can also download the word list that lists every. one. of the 150 One Word Resolutions JAM PACKED into that word search! Challenge your fast-finishers to find as many of the words as they can! Both the list qnd the crossword can be downloaded FOR FREE on the website. Thanks again for sharing Jessica💛💛 ...

Can’t get over how cute this INTERACTIVE New Year’s themed #bulletinboard turned out! I’m still undecided on the poem, but I am convinced my little dinosaur friend makes it work 😂. This Bulletin Board kit is SO easy to put together. Simply print, cut, (notice the easy to cut shapes), and assemble. This is the PERFECT way to display your student’s #onewordresolutions Head to my website #linkinbio to learn more💛💛
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Comment below if you plan to recreate this Bulletin Board in your classroom, or if you downloaded the FREE One Word Resolution #wordsearch
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Living

Inspiring · LDS · Ideas

My faith is my foundation. If you are a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, involved with Relief Society, Young Women, Sunday School, or interested in Gospel Lesson helps, Family Home Evening, Mutual ideas,  Scripture Study, or other Christian-based teaching resources. This is the place for you. You may also be interested in joining the Living on Lemon Lane Facebook group. A community built on the intent of Mosiah 18: 8-9. As well as following Living on Lemon Lane on Instagram. Here I strive to share inspiring stories, tender mercies, and faith promoting products and Latter Day Miracles, (original #latterdaymiracle). Everything I create in regards to my faith will always be free and can be accessed in the Living on Lemon Lane resource library. To learn more about what I believe, click here.

 

Creating

Everyday · Design · & Little Details

Here you will find a plethora of everything else! Organizational, Holiday, House Decor Designs, Gluten Free Recipes, Travel, Tips and Tricks, Lists and Guides, Party Invites and Details, Travel and Stay at Home, Crafts, and DIY projects, Favorite Things and not so Favorite Things… Being a wife and a mother. Basically a glimpse into the everyday, perfectly-imperfect, lemonade like life we live. These products can be found in both the shop, and the free resource library. I’d love to connect more! Make sure to like the On Lemon Lane Facebook page and follow On Lemon Lane on Instagram. 

 

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BIG NEWS: Check out my story for more information, trust me you don’t want to miss this! .
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If you’ve been following me for long you know the ONLY paid subscription I use for #comefollowme is the Drawn In monthly subscription by @davidbowmanart .
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Use the EXCLUSIVE Promo code: LEMONLANE10 to get 10% off your yearly subscription. With this discount you receive 2 new 15-20 minute videos a week along with weekly printable materials that follow the Come Follow Me Curriculum! That’s a minimum of 8 videos a week for LESS THAN $5 a month! .
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I love the Drawn In videos because of their focus on APPLICATION. Instead of just a retelling of the story, David takes it a step further by exploring why the story is important, what we can learn from it, and even further by giving examples of scenarios of where the principles taught can be applied in your children’s life today. Truly @davidbowmanart has a gift for bringing the scriptures and their importance to life. .
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If you’re interested make sure to check out the FREE Sample videos available on his website, (I link it each week on the blog) Also don’t forget to check out my story for some EXCITING news that’s only available to you for the next TWO WEEKS! #gogogo
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“The influence of your personal testimonies is ever so far-reaching. The Lord instructed: “The testimony which ye have borne is recorded in heaven for the angels to look upon; and they rejoice over you, and your sins are forgiven you” (D&C 62:3). He also cautioned us: “With some I am not well pleased, for they will not open their mouths, but they hide the talent which I have given unto them, because of the fear of man” (D&C 60:2). You never know when your turn will come to comply with the admonition of Peter to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you” (1 Pet. 3:15).”
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I’ve complied my FAVORITE inexpensive gift ideas for Father’s Day and created FREE printables for you to complete the gift! These are perfect and practical for the men in your life, and work great as a gift for the entire ward! -
What did your Ward do for Father’s Day this year?
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“I know the love of God. It is one of the very few things I do know with absolute certainty. I think suffering on this earth is an indication of God’s trust, God’s love. I think it is an indication that God does not want us to be simply obedient children playing forever under his hand, but wants us able to become more like himself. In order to do that we have to know reality. We have to be real ourselves and not dependent on externals. If we are to be like God, we cannot live forever in fear that we may meet something that will scare us or that will hurt us. We have to be able, as he is able, to meet what comes of others’ agency, and of living in a lawful universe that allows creation of a habitable planet only when it allows also the difficulties that come in natural operations of such a planet.”
-Francine R. Bennion
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“Now all this suffering might indeed be unfair if everything ended at death, but it doesn’t. Life is not like a one-act play. It has three acts. We had a past act, when we were in the premortal existence; and now we have a present act, which is mortality; and we will have a future act, when we return to God. … We were sent into mortality to be tested and tried [see Abraham 3:25]. … “Our past and present sufferings cannot, as Paul said, ‘be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us’ [Romans 8:18] in the eternities. ‘For after much tribulation come the blessings. Wherefore the day cometh that ye shall be crowned with much glory.’ [D&C 58:4.] So tribulation is useful in the sense that it is helpful to get into the celestial kingdom”
-James E. Faust
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Reflecting on Father’s Day... it’s incredible to me that the Supreme Creator of the Universe chooses to be addressed as “Father”...
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. “Father’ is the noblest title a man can be given. It is more than a biological role. It signifies a patriarch, a leader, an exemplar, a confidant, a teacher, a hero, a friend and, ultimately, a perfect being.” Robert L. Backman
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For whatever reason, I’ve had this false idea in my mind that when you are on the Lord’s errand, a path paved in smooth simplicity would be laid out before you… This simply isn’t the case. Consider Nephi’s path and the bumps and stumbling blocks placed in his way… Consider Abinadi and his ultimate sacrifice of meekness and obedience… Consider Joseph Smith and the reestablishment of the early Church… Now consider Alma the younger and his dealings with Ammoniahah… Looking ahead, look what happens to Amulek once he finally decides to “Know” the Gospel.

It’s so interesting to me that when the angel is sent to Alma to lift him up and send him back to Ammoniahah a key detail that in my mind would have eased Alma’s mind is left out. Notice how the angel made no mention of Amulek. There is no mention of comfort that someone has been prepared for you, and is waiting for you. Instead, Alma acts “speedily” not knowing what he will do, ACTING in faith, hoping that the Lord will provide a way.
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To me this illustrates the idea of the Lord’s hand cautiously guiding us even when we can’t see it. I’ve seen this concept in my own life, however, it isn’t until I have the hindsight of the future to look back and realize his hand was there all along. There is something to choosing to act on our own. Heading in the right direction, even though we don’t know how we will be delivered, having faith that we WILL be delivered.
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“Each of us also carries a load. Our individual load is comprised of demands and opportunities, obligations and privileges, afflictions and blessings, and options and constraints. Two guiding questions can be helpful as we periodically and prayerfully assess our load... [...]Sometimes we mistakenly may believe that happiness is the absence of a load. But bearing a load is a necessary and essential part of the plan of happiness... [...] Not only does the Atonement of Jesus Christ overcome the effects of the Fall of Adam and make possible the remission of our individual sins and transgressions, but His Atonement also enables us to do good and become better in ways that stretch far beyond our mortal capacities. Most of us know that when we do things wrong and need help to overcome the effects of sin in our lives, the Savior has made it possible for us to become clean through His redeeming power. But do we also understand that the Atonement is for faithful men and women who are obedient, worthy, and conscientious and who are striving to become better and serve more faithfully? I wonder if we fail to fully acknowledge this strengthening aspect of the Atonement in our lives and mistakenly believe we must carry our load all alone—through sheer grit, willpower, and discipline and with our obviously limited capacities.” Excerpts from Bear Your Burdens with Ease, -Bednar ...

With there being a focus on Missionary work this week for Come Follow Me, and the fact that it isn’t always rosy… I thought a good addition to the lesson would be to write a letter to a missionary. Maybe this is a family member, a ward member, or someone new entirely, but a message from home can be an easy way to show support for those serving in the mission field. To help with this activity I created a fun and editable missionary letter template. The template should simplify the writing process and take the guesswork out of what to write. You can either type directly onto the slide, and print or email. Or you can begin by printing a hard copy and writing directly onto the page.

Use this with your family, your students, the primary, or young men| young women! This works great as a zoom call activity or fun activity at home! I’ve also included a link to inkablinka.com where Kristin has uploaded some awesome printables going over missionary letter dos and donts!
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Highlighting one of my most treasured scriptures this week. President Bednar said it best: “Thus, the Savior has suffered not just for our sins and iniquities—but also for our physical pains and anguish, our weaknesses and shortcomings, our fears and frustrations, our disappointments and discouragement, our regrets and remorse, our despair and desperation, the injustices and inequities we experience, and the emotional distresses that beset us. There is no physical pain, no spiritual wound, no anguish of soul or heartache, no infirmity or weakness you or I ever confront in mortality that the Savior did not experience first. In a moment of weakness we may cry out, “No one knows what it is like. No one understands.” But the Son of God perfectly knows and understands, for He has felt and borne our individual burdens. And because of His infinite and eternal sacrifice (see Alma 34:14), He has perfect empathy and can extend to us His arm of mercy. He can reach out, touch, succor, heal, and strengthen us to be more than we could ever be and help us to do that which we could never do relying only upon our own power. Indeed, His yoke is easy and His burden is light.” ...

To help you with your study this week, I’ve created a printable with all of the questions posed in chapter 5. (Around 50!) For me, this gives me something concrete, that I can hold, look at, and mark up. You will notice that many of the questions aren’t as simple as a yes and no, similar to many of the questions asked in Come Follow Me. I’ve left a space next to each question for you to use as you wish. Yes, it could be a place for a checkmark, but the more I grow, the more I learn that this is not a checklist Gospel. Rather, it’s growth, progression, and all about movement whether that be forward or backward. I wonder if you may even choose to “check” one of the questions that you choose to further study, ponder, or focus on for the week.
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I’d love to hear how you use this personal inventory, and any takeaways you have. Don’t forget to share this post with a friend!
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Recently I was asked to share my thoughts on the Come Follow Me program during the past few months for the LDS Website in the UK. @churchofjesuschrist -
Frankly speaking the invitation made me a little sick. My biggest fear is that it would seem like we were the perfect little family with the perfect little program in place, complete with cutouts and crafts, deep discussions and daily reflection....
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This couldn't be more from the truth. Yes, I do a weekly round up of ideas and resources for Come Follow Me that I publish on my website, but that doesn't mean that it always happens within my own home. When it does happen it typically looks like a bedtime story, or a video played while the kids eat lunch... When it does happen I often fall asleep while trying to catch up on last week’s reading... Most of all, when it does happen, I notice a difference within my home. This program is divinely inspired, the simple timing of everything amplifies it's divine origin to me. -
Art by @_thecoloramber one of the most beautiful illustrations of a family I've ever laid eyes on. Words fall short on this piece. It's my absolute favorite.
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This quote stopped me in my tracks... Make sure to head to the website for this week’s Round up of FREE Come Follow Me Resources! This week’s lesson is based on @comefollowmefamily AWESOME idea to use bubbles and balloons to teach about pride. AND @davidbowmanart released another FREE Sample video from his Drawn In, Come Follow Me monthly subscription that I know you are going to LOVE! His videos are wonderful and go beyond just a retelling of the story by diving deep into application in a language the whole family can enjoy! This is the ONLY paid subscription I use for #comefollowme Head to the website now for all of this, a coupon code, and MORE! -
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What are your takeaways from Come Follow Me this week? Do me a favor and spread the love by sharing this post or tagging a friend in the comments!
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By now we all know I love all things Lemon... Lemonade is not exception. ESPECIALLY a good tart Lemonade like @chickfila Did you know you could buy it by the Gallon??? Stay tuned... FREE Father’s Day Printable Gift Tags and a list of well received/ inexpensive gift ideas to accompany them! Whether your looking to outfit the entire ward, or just a thoughtful gift for a few of your favorite men, this post will highlight some fun ideas! -
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COMMENT BELOW: What are some of your favorite inexpensive gift ideas for #fathersday
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“And thus they become new creatures; and unless they do this, they can in nowise inherit the kingdom of God” (Mosiah 27:25–26).
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”Conversion is a process, not an event. Conversion comes as a result of righteous efforts to follow the Savior. These efforts include exercising faith in Jesus Christ, repenting of sin, being baptized, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, and enduring to the end in faith. Although conversion is miraculous and life changing, it is a quiet miracle. Angelic visitations and other spectacular occurrences do not bring conversion. Even Alma, who saw an angel, became converted only after he “fasted and prayed many days” for a witness of the truth (Alma 5:46). And Paul, who saw the resurrected Savior, taught that “no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but by the Holy Ghost” (1 Corinthians 12:3).”
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”Our behavior is nothing more than a reflection of the depth of our conversion to Jesus Christ." Ed J. Pinegar
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What has your behavior shown today of your conversion to Jesus Christ?
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Let’s talk FATHER’S Day... I’m getting ready to add a post on my favorite inexpensive gift ideas for #fathersday along with FREE & Thoughtful printables to complete the gift. So help me out... what are your FAVORITE ideas for budget friendly, visiting teaching friendly, give every man in the ward friendly GIFT IDEAS???
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This week in #comefollowme has me thinking a lot about the ripple effects of our choices. Consider the #rippleeffects of your Covenants. What about the ripple effect of Abinadi’s brave stand, or the ripples caused by Alma’s conversion. What choices are you making today, what ripple effect will they have tomorrow? ...

“What is the source of such moral and spiritual power, and how do we obtain it? The source is God. Our access to that power is through our covenants with Him. A covenant is an agreement between God and man, an accord whose terms are set by God (see Bible Dictionary, “Covenant,” 651). In these divine agreements, God binds Himself to sustain, sanctify, and exalt us in return for our commitment to serve Him and keep His commandments.”
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Head to the website to see this week’s round up of FREE, featured #comefollowme resources.
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