“Helps for Home Evening,” Ensign, Sept. 2010, 67
“Dating and Virtue,” on page 14: Prayerfully study the article and select the suggestions that apply to your family. You could discuss, role-play, or list the principles taught and create a personal plan of action. If age appropriate, conclude by reading the sidebars from For the Strength of Youth.
“The Church’s Humanitarian Efforts,” on page 62: After reading the accounts from the article, invite your family to share how they felt and what they learned about the Church’s humanitarian efforts. Consider asking what they can do locally as well as globally to follow the Savior’s admonition: “The works which ye have seen me do that shall ye also do” (3 Nephi 27:21).
“Bringing Christ into Our Home,” on page 8: After reading this article as a family, you may want to set a goal to memorize “The Living Christ” and gather pictures of the Savior to help family members “always remember him” (Moroni 4:3).