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Sunday, February 13, 2011

FHE Spot - Showing Love

Happy Valentines Day, one and all!

Opening Song: Love At Home
Opening Prayer:
Lesson by:

LESSON:
Before your lesson cut out a BIG HEART out of paper.

Show the large red heart to your family and ask…

• What do you think of when you see a heart? (love)
• How can you tell someone loves you?
• How do you think other people feel when you show you love them?

Invite someone to read John 13:34-35

Jesus Christ taught us that it is a commandment to love one another, and that other people will know that we are His disciples if we love one another. There are many ways that we can show our love to others by helping them.

Case Study 1: You and your father are sitting on the corner waiting for the bus to come. You see an older man hurrying to catch the bus. He has a cane to help him walk, but he can’t move very fast. The bus pulls up and the door opens. As you climb up the steps, you can tell he probably won’t reach the bus in time. What could you do to show love for this man?

Case Study 2: On Sunday morning you are walking to church. You see a young mother with her baby in one arm and some books in the other. What could you do to follow the example of the Savior and show love for this woman?

Explain how one of the best places to show love is at home. What are some things we can do to show love to each other at home?

ACTIVITY:
Pass out pipe cleaners and have everyone make a pipe cleaner into a heart. This week challenge them to do something nice for a family member without them knowing and leave the heart when they are done.

TREAT: Cheesecake Pops
These look so incredibly yummy, fun and easy to make for even little kids. Head HERE for the full recipe, and how to.


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2 comments:

  1. We did this same lesson last week. Instead of the pip cleaners I cute hearts out of craft foam and filled a little jar with them. I told the kids for the whole week everytime they did something nice for someone else they could take one heart out and put it where ever they did their act of Service. It is Sunday evening and the jar is pretty much empty. THey have really enjoyed it! Great FHE Idea!

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  2. Love the lesson and the treats!! I know the girls will love them.

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Hope you have a brilliant day!!