“Helps for Home Evening,” Ensign, July 2010, 73
“A Tale of Three Families,” page 24. As you share the stories of these three families, invite your family members to look for principles that will allow them to have “stronger faith and an increased capacity to serve.”
“A Work for Us to Do,” page 34. While preparing the lesson, prayerfully consider how to teach the principles in this article with these questions in mind: (1) Do we see ourselves as messengers from God, who has a work for our children and students to do? (2) Are we truly helping those in our sphere of influence learn what they should learn so that they can do what they should do and be what they should be?
“Road Warriors and Strong Families,” page 54. Recognizing that all families may have periods where members are separated from each other for a period of time, prayerfully ponder in advance the messages from this article that may best apply to your family situation. Brainstorm as a family ways to implement a plan of action to apply the principles from “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” listed in the article.