FREEBIE // Printable Family Home Evening Charts - Style C

5.26.2017

I was browsing the blog recently and realized - Emilie! The people need NEW Family Home Evening charts! I mean, it's been FIVE years! So here you go.

Note: I cannot offer different colors of each chart - sorry! It's the nature of 'free'. Directions for printing and display below.

These free printable Family Home Evening charts are SO CUTE! And there are charts for families from 3 members to 8 members!  Directions for printing and display are included.  #lds


Directions:
1. Unzip file and save on the chart with the number of members in your family for download. Follow directions and download to your computer.
2. Crop black and white photos of your family to 2.5" squares.
3. Print chart as a 12x12" photo at your local Costco/Sams Club 1 hr photo (for $2.99) or online at Scrapbookpictures.com (for $1.99 + shipping) . You must have a Costco/Sams Club membership to use their photo services. 
4. Take printed chart and photo squares to be laminated at your local copy center.
5. Punch holes in top of chart and tie ribbon through to hang on wall.
6. Affix photos to chart with blue poster tack. Rotate each week as needed.


Also check out CHART STYLE A and CHART STYLE B
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    FREE LDS COLORING PAGE // Kind Words Poem

    5.18.2017

    Here's a great printable coloring page with a poem about the power of kind words.  I made it into a coloring page so you can print it and use it for Activity Days, a Sacrament Meeting activity, for Family Home Evening or just a quiet Sabbath day activity!

    Today I am sharing a poem I wrote to go along with this Family Home Evening lesson about the power of our words.  I made it into a coloring page so you can print it and use it for Activity Days, a Sacrament Meeting activity, for Family Home Evening or just a quiet Sabbath day activity!



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    LDS LIFE // How Changing the Way I Pray Changed My Life

    5.17.2017

    An inspiring story of a young LDS girl who prayed for someone in her life to change and then ended up changing her own life when she changed her prayers.  #lds #prayer

    When I was young and my parents were divorced, I used to pray that they would get back together. That was when I was very young. But my father was very abusive and as I got older and realized the full weight of his terrible acts, I did not want him to be with my Mom anymore. So when I was around seven or eight years old I remember my prayers changed and I began to pray to God that my Mother would meet some other wonderful man and they would get married.

    But that didn't happen. And before I knew it, one day, I was a teenager and I realized that the dream of a father to raise me was over. I was almost raised. And my prayers changed again. One night I knelt down and asked God if He would be the father I had always wanted. The father I had longed for. The father I had prayed for.

    And He was.

    I spoke to Him at night as I would speak to an earthly father...telling him about my ups and downs, my locker partner and the boy I had a crush on in school. And God filled that place in my heart. And probably just because I asked Him to. I want to send out there into blog-land that I know that He loves us. And that He is just as invested in our lives and happiness as an earthly Father and, in some cases, even more. I know this is true.

    Draw near unto me and I will draw near unto you; seek me diligently and ye shall find me; ask, and ye shall receive; knock, and it shall be opened unto you. --Doctrine and Covenants 88:63

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