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Here are the top ten articles for the LDS Families Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Helping Your Child Give Primary Talks
Here are several tips for helping your child prepare and give a Primary talk.
2. FHE "Write It Down" A Lesson On Gratitude
Using Elder Henry B. Eyring's talk, "Remember, O Remember" this Family Home Evening lesson will help your family remember the blessings of the Lord in their daily lives.
3. FHE Lesson on Charity
A lesson for adults, teens and older children on charity. Based on a talk given at Oct. conference in the Relief Society Meeting.
4. Ideas for Nursery Leaders
If you've just been called as a nursery leader, or you've been serving for years, here are some ideas that may help.
5. FHE - Seek Learning by Study and Faith
This Family Home Evening lesson just may help you get your teens ready to go back to school with the Lord as a partner.
6. Make Soup Inside a Pumpkin
Here are two popular methods for soup in a pumpkin. Yum!
7. Cranium Hullabaloo - Product Review
Cranium Hullabaloo is a family game for ages 4+. It is a fast-paced physical activity that is easy to understand and fun to play. Bottom Line: For what it is it's good, but it may not be worth $25.
8. Talk on Repentance
If you are looking for a fun, captivating talk for a baptism or Primary or need a great object lesson for Family Home Evening, this simple talk on repentance may be what you need.
9. Spooky Halloween Supper Ideas
Want to get your little goblins and witches to eat dinner on Halloween night? Try some of these fun food ideas. NOTE: If you don't participate in Halloween, please check out the article "What To Do If You Don't Trick or Treat".
10. Judge Righteously
How can we manage that tricky space of passing judgments as the Lord would have us do without breaking his instruction to "judge not?" By taking care to follow his more in-depth instruction to "judge righteously."
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