Thursday, September 15, 2011

Family Proclamation Lessons & Photo Essay Blog Hop


"All human beings - male and female - are created in the image of God."

This is one of my favorite lines from The Family: A Proclamation to the World.

It defines our past, present, and future.  It endears us to a loving Father in Heaven.

My children and I made these resist silhouette paintings back in January of 2010, when I took my children on a journey with me to discover the truths of the Family Proclamation.

We did one Family Proclamation lesson together - every day, for 30 days.

It was amazing.

This painting, along with the other two of my other children hang in my kitchen, and remind me every day of the beautiful, powerful, life-changing concepts found in the Family Proclamation.

If you'd like to take your children on a similar journey, feel free to take a peek into our experiences with our Family Proclamation Lessons here.



Please link-up your posts about your photos that illustrate any part of The Family Proclamation! 




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31 comments:

  1. Your lessons with your kids were great. I still need to do more of those.

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  2. fun ideas to reaffirm self worth in your children and understanding of the proclamation...

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  3. What a neat craft project! Thanks for sharing your lessons too!

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  4. Love that idea-30 days of the proclamation...I am going to have to do that one. I also the painting idea!

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  5. Your lessons on the proclamation were how I originally found you. I used your ideas for a series of FHE lessons with my family. Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas. :)

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  6. The ONE thing I want my kids to always know, that they are a child of God. If I teach them nothing else, this is the most important thing I want for them to take away.

    Thanks for the craft idea.

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  7. I'm so excited to look at those lessons!

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  8. I LOVE the silhouette painting idea...it's fabulous!! Also love the links from last year's celebration. Thanks!!

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  9. Those silhouettes are a great reminder!

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  10. Love these blog posts! Thanks!!

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  11. I love this project idea. Thank you for sharing! :)

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  12. Love all those lessons.

    Sorry I linked my post twice. Oops!

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  13. You guys are doing an awesome job with this Family Celebration. I totally love being linked up with all these people celebrating family and the proclamation. Awesome!

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  14. So neat to see how kids interpret things! Thank you!

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  15. Aaack! I thought my computer was malfunctioning! Sorry for the multiple links. (Feel free to delete the extras.)

    These are some wonderful thoughts and stories and examples and lessons. Thanks so much everyone for sharing.

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  16. I love your lessons! We're going to study start memorizing the Proclamation and doing lessons during February for Valentine's Day.

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  17. Thanks for the idea! My kids always love creating things!

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  18. Great idea! Creates a visual connection with your kids to the proclamation. Love it!

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  19. Definitely on my 'list' - thank you!

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  20. I was so inspired by your focus on the proclamation last year - and I'm so glad you're doing it again! How nice to have a visual reminder of that special time with your kids!

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  21. What gorgeous silhouettes! So colorful! You always have the best ideas. I'm so glad you share cuz I'd never come up with them if left to my own devices.

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  22. I love this so much. Thanks for sharing!

    Erin
    www.someoneinmind.blogspot.com

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