Come Follow Me: How to be in the world, not of the world

I am already getting excited for September's Young Women lesson outlines!
This month the youth will be focusing on  "The Commandments".
The handouts below directly coordinate to the lesson outline...

"HOW CAN I BE IN THE WORLD BUT NOT OF THE WORLD?"
Feel free to print off , share, and use for your lessons!

You can download the handouts by right clicking on the picture and selecting "save image as" 
and then copy and paste the images in a word document or download a PDF image by clicking on the links below.
Keep in mind that  if you attempt to change the sizing, you may run the risk of slightly blurring the image! 



Above is a handout inspired by the lesson and a quote from President Spencer W. Kimball.
You could either give the handout to the young women as is and by itself,
or you might pair it with a cute handheld mirror, reminding the girls each time they look in the mirror of who they are to be. 
For a PDF download of the bookmark (four 4x4 on one sheet) CLICK HERE



Above is a simple bookmark that you could use as a handout. 
It was inspired by the talk from Elaine S. Dalton,
For a PDF download of the bookmark (two on one sheet) CLICK HERE

7 comments:

  1. Having a bit of a problem with the bookmark link. Every time I click on the link to print it loops me to error with the google app.

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  2. Thank you for the amazing work you do! Your handouts have been loved by the Young Women and the Leaders alike.

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  3. Thanks for taking the time and effort. Your work just makes life that bit easier for the rest of us!
    Thanks Liane

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  4. Thank you for sharing! Our girls love your handouts and your creativity is much appreciated!!

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  5. You are so awesome!! Thank you so much for making these handouts!!!!

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  6. You are fantastic!! Thank you so much for creating these!!!

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  7. You are amazing! I LOVE your handouts and so appreciate that they are free! ;) Your handouts always seem to be exactly what my lesson needs! Thank you!!

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