Sunday, August 23, 2015

Teaching Children Gospel Standards



Guess what, guys?  I have an article in this month's August 2015 Ensign sharing some experiences my family and I have had learning about and applying the gospel standards.  (That's totally not my family in the photo, however!! ;)

The article is called "Teaching Gospel Standards: One Family's Experience," and can be read online right here or on page 48 of the magazine.  It appears right after Jan Pinborough's article called "Lighting Our Children's Paths with Gospel Standards," and is a companion article to it.

Be sure to read Jan's article too as it mentions my sister Cara Kennedy who wrote a song that helped our family memorize My Gospel Standards.  Check them out!

Also of note: You can now read the Ensign online in a new full-color format...very easy to read. Just follow this link.

8 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness I love you!! What a great message. Seriously you are an inspiration and remind me of my role as mom.

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  2. congratulations-your ideas deserve to be spread throughout the world of the church!

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  3. Wow, congratulations on having an article in the Ensign. I just started reading it; so will be reading these two articles for sure. I actually try to read it every month front to back. Hugs for this one~

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  4. Can we get the song please?

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  5. I was wondering if Cara has written down the song for the Gospel standards or if she could post a video on YouTube. I would love to hear the song. Thanks

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  6. I also would REALLY love to hear the song your sister wrote for the Gospel Standards!! If she hasn't recorded it, does she have sheet music she could pass along? If it's not too weird, I'd love to email her or her email me so I can teach my kids. mbneyenhuis@gmail.com

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  7. Please encourage your sister to share her song.

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  8. I also would like the song to teach to our Primary Presidencies at our training meeting!

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