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be proactive - no one is born a winner or loser, but each one is born a chooser

More First Day Stuff!

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The Five Finger Prayer-I know I have pinned this same idea before, but what a great way to teach kids how to pray

Someone gave this to me a long time ago...I have read it almost weekly since then.....

Using Your Talents Posters Using Your Talents Posters. We all have talents as these were gifts we were given. Help reinforce this message to children of all ages and even adults with this spiritual and educational "using your talents posters". Great for Sunday school walls, church, classrooms, counseling centers...anywhere! This educational poster is customizable and available in various sizes

Using Your Talents Posters

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Tyree Miller - incredible teacher. She nearly killed me but everyday I use the gifts she gave. I love you Mrs. Miller I hope I have and will continue to live up to your high expectations of me.

Dear God, I am praying for those hurting and in need because of illness, loss of a loved one, unemployed, loneliness, in need of answers, or in need of comfort. Please wrap your loving arms around them and give them peace. Amen

A Prayer For When I Can't Understand God's Plan - RachelWojo.com

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How to make a couch slipcover: thinking I would like to cover our sofa in thick natural canvas..... not loving the brown anymore, well never really loved it- and the dog hair makes me NUTS!

How to Make a Couch Slipcover (Part 1)

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I modified it a bit and I could make this. It would be great for many reasons. Baptisms, start of school year, anything... "Treat Yourself to Gospel Sweetness! Always 'Chews' His Way... Be a 'Smartie' and follow the Him... 'Lick' Satan's temptations!... Daily prayer can be a 'Lifesaver!'... Search the scriptures for answers "Now and Later!" ..

LDS missionary gift ideas: online party supply store

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Change Your Church: Start in the Shallows, Then Work Your Way to the Deep