“Helps for Home Evening,” Ensign, June 2010, 73
“Things as They Really Are,” on page 16. Consider reading the article in advance and prayerfully selecting parts that apply to the needs of your family. You may want to use this article for two family home evening lessons.
“Don’t Be in a Hurry,” on page 29. Some possible ways to apply this article to your family are listed below:
Consider arriving for sacrament meeting early to ponder and listen to the music before the meeting begins.
Take a few minutes at the beginning of your lesson to sit quietly and think.
Suggest a time or place in your home to encourage personal gospel study. Prayerfully consider other ways to apply this idea in your family.
“Your Mission in Life Is Now,” on page 44. Ask a family member to define “intersection.” Consider reading the section “A Mission Every Day.” Then ask family members to share an experience where they or others have seen a need and were able to help fill it.
“Homebound but Active,” on page 58. After reading the article, discuss ways you could continue to serve if placed in a similar situation. You could also discuss ways your family could serve those who are unable to attend Church at this time.