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Young Women in Excellence Program {Be Not MOoOved}. From Marci Coombs' Blog

Marci Coombs: Young Women in Excellence Program {Be Not MOoOved}.

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President Henry B. Eyring talks about how to invite the Holy Ghost into your life.

LDS RELIEF SOCIETY 2014 Joseph Fielding Smith Chapter 12: "The Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood" Much more than just handouts! Check out the amazing lesson aids at www.LatterDayVill...

Make your own canvas Temple print! This would make a great gift and a fun Young Women activity!

The Jolly Rogers' Young Women Blog: 7 ways to help graduating Laurels (and why they need your help!)

An app ALL women need: If you're in an unsafe situation, hold your finger to the screen. When you're safe, let go and enter the 4-digit code. If you let go but aren't able to enter to code, help will be sent to your location.

When 2 Becomes 3: An App Made to Protect

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Cute Missionary idea! since my brothers birthday's coming up!!

Pioneer Party: January 2012 Visiting & Home Teaching Gifts

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Personal Progress Honor Bee Award - I'm sure I've already pinned this, but I really love it. *Hint hint to my leaders(;

LDS quote list-- quotes and stories galore for every subject imagineable. Would be great for scripture inserts, handouts for lessons etc.

Post-it notes printables - quotes that can be stuck into your scriptures.

9 ways to draw closer to God

so wise for someone so young --> be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody // kid president #inspired

Personal Progress: Summertime Personal Progress Bingo

It features one lesson devoted to each of the standards found in the For the Strength of Youth booklet, It also includes stories, activities, object lessons, games, and refreshment ideas to make learning the standards engaging and fun. Before They Turn Twelve is ideal for Monday night lessons, Sunday time discussions, and preparing for Primary talks. Great for families with children ages 5 to 12.