So, I’m gearing up for my first time teaching in Relief Society this coming Sunday. The topic’s forgiveness (Elder Faust’s talk in the last conference where he talked about the Amish people and how quick they were to forgive the killer).
I’m kinda stuped as what to assist me in the lesson… my aunt happened to write an article that Elder Faust quotes in his talk, so I looked it up. But, it is a newspaper article. Is that OK to use that kind of thing in a lesson?
Does it bug you when someone uses a little out of the mainstream item in a lesson (aka, not scriptures or a talk by one of the GA’s)?
Does it bug you when they don’t?
What are your main pet peeves about RS lessons in general.
Remember, you can be anonymous here… and I’ll have to forgive you since that’s what my lesson is on.
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