Young Women Manual 1
    Footnotes

    “Young Women Manual 1,” New Era, May 2003, 49

    Young Women Manual 1
    (For use in 2003, lessons 25–49.)

    The following resources may be used to supplement, but not replace, lessons 25–49. Please teach the lessons in the order they are printed. The manual does not include a specific Christmas lesson. If you want to teach a special Christmas lesson (21 December), consider using conference addresses, Church magazine articles, and hymns that focus on the life and mission of the Savior. (Resource Guides are printed in the May and November issues of the Ensign and New Era.)

    Lesson 25: Sabbath Day

    Thomas S. Monson, “Becoming Our Best Selves,”Ensign, Nov. 1999, 18–21.

    Earl C. Tingey, “Keeping the Sabbath Day Holy,”Ensign, Feb. 2000, 48–55.

    H. Aldridge Gillespie, “The Blessing of Keeping the Sabbath Day Holy,”Ensign, Nov. 2000, 79–80.

    Esther Hansen, “The Real Fast,” New Era, May 2002, 11.

    Lesson 26: Testimony

    Joseph B. Wirthlin, “Spiritual Bonfires of Testimony,” New Era, June 2002, 8–13.

    Richard G. Scott, “The Power of a Strong Testimony,”Ensign, Nov. 2001, 87–89.

    Robert D. Hales, “How You Can Know,” New Era, Aug. 2002, 40–45.

    Julianne Pratt, “How Lovely Was My Morning,” New Era, May 2002, 8–10.

    Lesson 27: Scripture Study

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “Search the Scriptures,” New Era, Apr. 2000, 4–7.

    Merlin R. Lybbert, “The Powerful Potential of Scripture Stories,”Ensign, Jan. 2002, 35.

    Vicki H. Budge, “531 Pages til Christmas,” New Era, Dec. 2001, 25.

    “Scripture Study Suggestions,” New Era, Mar. 2001, 15.

    Lesson 28: Resisting Sin

    James E. Faust, “Serving the Lord and Resisting the Devil,”Ensign, Sept. 1995, 2–7.

    Boyd K. Packer, “A Few Simple Lessons,” New Era, Aug 2002, 4–9.

    David E. Sorensen, “You Can’t Pet a Rattlesnake,”Ensign, May 2001, 41–42.

    Lesson 29: The Second Coming

    Ezra Taft Benson, “Five Marks of the Divinity of Jesus Christ,”Ensign, Dec. 2001, 8–15.

    M. Russell Ballard, “‘When Shall These Things Be?’”Ensign, Dec. 1996, 56–61.

    “Guide Us, O Thou Great Jehovah,” Hymns, no. 83.

    Lesson 30: Service

    David B. Haight, “Gratitude and Service,”Ensign, May 2001, 70–72.

    “Tips for Serving Effectively,”Ensign, Feb. 1999, 28–29.

    Shara Braithwaite, “Look What I Found,” New Era, Sept. 2000, 12–13.

    Jana Pope, “Angel Unaware,” New Era, Aug. 2002, 46–48.

    Lesson 31: Group Activities: A Basis for Wise Dating

    Richard G. Scott, “Serious Questions, Serious Answers,” New Era, Oct. 1995, 4–8.

    Brad Wilcox, “Just Hanging Out,” New Era, Aug. 2001, 8–11.

    “We are together a lot, but we don’t date. Isn’t this okay?” New Era, Apr. 2002, 16–18.

    “How can I follow the counsel in For the Strength of Youth to ‘avoid going on frequent dates with the same person’?” New Era, Sept. 2002, 16–18.

    Lesson 32: Personal Purity through Self-Discipline

    Jeffrey R. Holland, “Personal Purity,” New Era, Feb. 2000, 4–7.

    Bruce C. Hafen, “The Gospel and Romantic Love,” New Era, Feb. 2002, 10–14.

    Caroline H. Benzley, “Be Clean,” New Era, July 2002, 12–15.

    Lesson 33: Avoiding Degrading Media Influences

    Thomas S. Monson, “Pornography, the Deadly Carrier,”Ensign, July 2001, 2–5.

    Carla Dalton, “Setting Family Standards for Entertainment,”Ensign, June 2001, 26–29.

    “Mixed Signals,” New Era, June 2001, 10–15.

    Becky Manion, “No One Will Know,” New Era, Feb. 2002, 8–9.

    “Danger Ahead! Avoiding Pornography’s Trap,” New Era, Oct. 2002, 34–39.

    Lesson 34: Worthy Thoughts

    Boyd K. Packer, “The Spirit of Revelation,”Ensign, Nov. 1999, 23–25.

    “How do I avoid these words and get them out of my head?” New Era, Oct. 2001, 16–18.

    “Clean Thoughts,” New Era, Feb. 2001, 15.

    “Let the Holy Spirit Guide,” Hymns, no. 143.

    Lesson 35: Living Righteously amid Pressures

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “Living with Our Convictions,”Ensign, Sept. 2001, 2–5.

    John Bytheway, “Think First, Act Fast,” New Era, May 1999, 32–34.

    Catherine Loveland, “Thanks, Candace,” New Era, Mar. 2002, 32–34.

    Lesson 36: The Importance of Truth in Living a Virtuous Life

    Henry B. Eyring, “A Life Founded in Light and Truth,”Ensign, July 2001, 6–13.

    “I Broke My Promise,” New Era, Oct. 2001, 38–40.

    “Truth Reflects upon Our Senses,” Hymns, no. 273.

    Lesson 37: Caring for Our Physical Bodies

    Russell M. Nelson, “We Are Children of God,”Ensign, Nov. 1998, 85–87.

    David A. Bednar, “‘Ye Are the Temple of God,’”Ensign, Sept. 2001, 14–21.

    Erik Backstrom, “Walking Your Way to Good Health,”Ensign, Mar. 2001, 72.

    Janet Thomas, “More Than Skin Deep,” New Era, Feb. 2001, 44–48.

    Lesson 38: Nutrition and the Word of Wisdom

    Boyd K. Packer, “The Word of Wisdom: The Principle and the Promises,”Ensign, May 1996, 17–19.

    Harold G. Hillam, “Not for the Body,”Ensign, Oct. 2001, 18–21.

    Aleta Goodman Blackwell, “My Obsession with Food,”Ensign, Oct. 2002, 57–61.

    Lesson 39: Drug Abuse

    L. Tom Perry, “‘Run and Not Be Weary,’”Ensign, Nov. 1996, 36–38.

    Janet Brigham, “Tobacco: Quitting for Good,”Ensign, Feb. 2002, 50–56.

    “Do What Is Right,” Hymns, no. 237.

    Lesson 40: Health Care in the Home

    “Coping with Chronic Illness,”Ensign, Mar. 2002, 58–63.

    Lesson 41: The Ability to Succeed

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “God Will Make a Way,” New Era, Jan. 2002, 4–7.

    L. Lionel Kendrick, “Strength During Struggles,”Ensign, Oct. 2001, 24–31.

    Margaret D. Nadauld, “What You Are Meant to Be,” New Era, Oct. 2002, 42–45.

    Lesson 42: Courage to Try

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “‘Be Not Afraid, Only Believe,’”Ensign, Feb. 1996, 2–5.

    James E. Faust, “Be Not Afraid,”Ensign, Oct. 2002, 2–6.

    John B. Dickson, “When Life Gets Tough,” New Era, Feb. 2002, 44–48.

    S. Michael Wilcox, “The 12 Spies,”Ensign, Mar. 2002, 35–37.

    Lesson 43: Righteous Living

    M. Russell Ballard, “Women of Righteousness,”Ensign, Apr. 2002, 66–73.

    Sheri L. Dew, “This Is a Test. It Is Only a Test,”Ensign, July 2000, 62–66.

    Sharon G. Larsen, “You Choose,” New Era, Aug. 2001, 12–14.

    “How can I do what is right and still be accepted by my friends?” New Era, Jan. 2001, 16–18.

    Lesson 44: Using Time Wisely

    Dallin H. Oaks, “Focus and Priorities,”Ensign, May 2001, 82–84.

    F. Burton Howard, “A Queston of Time,” New Era, July 2002, 38–41.

    “I feel like I never have enough time to get things done. How can I feel more peaceful?” New Era, Nov. 2000, 16–18.

    Chris Crowe, “The Art of Juggling,” New Era, Jan. 2001, 26–28.

    Lesson 45: The Value of Work

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel,” New Era, July 2000, 4–7.

    Joseph B. Wirthlin, “Lessons Learned in the Journey of Life,”Ensign, Dec. 2000, 6–13.

    “Today, While the Sun Shines,” Hymns, no. 229.

    Lesson 46: The Purpose and Value of Education

    Gordon B. Hinckley, “The Perpetual Education Fund,”Ensign, May 2001, 51–53.

    L. Tom Perry, “Building a Community of Saints,”Ensign, May 2001, 35–37.

    Henry B. Eyring, “Education for Real Life,”Ensign, Oct. 2002, 14–21.

    Caroline H. Benzley, “Be Smart,” New Era, Aug. 2002, 30–33.

    Lesson 47: Encouraging the Development of Talents

    Neal A. Maxwell, “Start Making Chips,” New Era, Sept. 1998, 4–7.

    Matthew Baker, “Playing a Different Tune,” New Era, Aug. 2001, 28–31.

    Jane Forsgren, “Erica’s Song,” New Era, Sept. 2001, 37.

    Lesson 48: Short-Range Goals as Stepping-Stones

    Joseph B. Wirthlin, “One Step after Another,”Ensign, Nov. 2001, 25–27.

    Brett C. Sanders, “Push Me, Pull You,” New Era, May 2001, 32–34.

    “Breaking Bad Habits,” New Era, Sept. 2002, 11.

    Lesson 49: Delegating Responsibility to Others

    Joseph B. Wirthlin, “Guided by His Exemplary Life,”Ensign, Sept. 1995, 32–39.

    Joe J. Christensen, “The Principle of Presidency,”Ensign, Mar. 2001, 16–21.