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Structural chapter reading chart: The Old Testament, Seminary selected readings

Structural chapter reading chart: The Old Testament, Seminary selected readings

This chart is identical to the structural chapter reading chart for the Old Testament, except I have greyed out many chapters so that only the selected readings from the Seminary Old Testament course are highlighted. I have also added the books of Moses and Abraham. I think Seminary students (and teachers!) would greatly benefit from using a progress-tracking chart like this, because they can learn something about the organization of the books while they read. Becoming oriented is central to understanding and retaining what you’re reading.

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Chart of the kings of Judah and Israel

Chart of the kings of Judah and Israel

I created this chart to help you keep straight the various rulers in the biblical books of Kings and Chronicles, especially because many have the same names. It’s color-coded to match my map and scripture timeline (forthcoming). A few patterns and insights emerge after looking at the chart, which can lead to some useful personal applications.

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Fourteen fundamentals in following the prophet: Games and worksheets

Fourteen fundamentals in following the prophet: Games and worksheets

This is a printable poster, handout, matching worksheet, memory game, and more based on Ezra Taft Benson’s “14 Fundamentals in Following the Prophet.” These resources would be great for Family Home Evening or any Church lesson!

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Structural chapter reading chart: The Doctrine and Covenants

Structural chapter reading chart: The Doctrine and Covenants

This is a Doctrine and Covenants reading chart that shows the surrounding events of each section. This can be helpful, since this standard work is a bit unique in that it lacks an overarching narrative. This way, you can spend less time orienting yourself, and spend more time gaining insights.

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He’s Been There, a song about Jesus Christ

He’s Been There, a song about Jesus Christ

Guest post by Jelaire Richardson. This is a song I wrote about the Atonement of Jesus Christ while I was in the Missionary Training Center. We usually summarize the atonement by saying, “We are imperfect, so we need a Savior.” But I love how Chieko Okazaki takes a different approach by stating its inverse: “Perfect people do not need a Savior.” I was struggling with learning Dutch and sometimes felt like I didn’t deserve help learning the language because I wasn’t the perfect missionary. …

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Structural chapter reading chart: The New Testament

Structural chapter reading chart: The New Testament

This reading chart not only helps you track your progress as you read the New Testament; it also helps you learn how the books are arranged, their major and minor subdivisions, as well as their internal storylines that are not always explicitly explained in the text itself. Now you can spend less time orienting yourself and more time gaining insights.

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Music practice charts

Music practice charts

Guest post by Jelaire Richardson. I made these practice charts to help our children keep track of their musical instrument practice sessions. These are non-calendar based practice charts that have room for 30 “days” of practice tracking. Use stamps or stickers to mark off your days. There’s one for piano, for violin, and one with a generic musical note, each in color and greyscale. There’s a place for the student’s name and date.

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Structural chapter reading chart: The Old Testament

Structural chapter reading chart: The Old Testament

This chart helps you track your reading progress in the Old Testament by showing the structure of its storyline. It shows the natural major and minor subdivisions of books so that you spend less time orienting yourself and more time gaining insights.

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General conference notes worksheet: Chinese

General conference notes worksheet: Chinese

這個表格能幫助你在總會大會做筆記。表格上的空格除了作筆記之外,也能協助你快速紀錄新目標,讓你在大會之後記得重新讀某些演講、或是重訪某些重要的講詞。這對成人和青少年都應該是很好的資源。我在設計這個表格的時候,設計的主要對象是我的侄子和侄女。我希望能幫助青少年更能從總會大會中有所收穫。

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2 Nephi 3—Four Josephs

2 Nephi 3—Four Josephs

Here’s a brief PowerPoint slideshow and lesson plan that helps answer, “Who are the four people Lehi talks about in 2 Ne. 3 who are all named Joseph?” I’ve also made a timeline where you can try to figure out what order the Josephs were born in (i.e., who came first on a timeline of world history). Also included are helpful application questions for why this matters today.

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