1 Corinthians 14-16
“God Is Not the Author of Confusion, But of Peace”
I hope you’ve all had a lovely week. I’m happy to be back again with this week’s Come Follow Me sketchnotes. I love sharing these printables with you each week! And I love how they add to my own scripture study.
Question. How are you feeling about Come Follow Me now that we’re almost 3/4 of the way through the year? Are you still going strong? Have you had to change how you study to fit the current season of life?
Is there any way I can help you maintain or improve your enthusiasm for these amazing lessons?
I’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment and let me know!
Each week I share our family’s simple lesson plan with you. We have a wide range of ages in our family, so it’s hard to find a balance for teens and toddlers, but we do our best and hope that each kid finds something on their level.
Here’s what we’re studying this week:
Monday: Read CFM Introduction + Read 1 Corinthians 15:21-22 + Post Resurrection Family Reunion
Tuesday: Read 1 Corinthians 14:3, 31, 39-40 and read Seeing God’s Prophet
Wednesday: Read 1 Corinthians 15:12-17 and read Always Brothers
Thursday: Read 1 Corinthians 15:29 watch Glad Tidings: The History of Baptisms for the Dead
Friday: Read It’s Temple Time!
Saturday: 1 Corinthians 15:55-57. Watch Until We Meet Again
Sunday: Weekly Recap. Kids lead discussion.
Additional Study for Adults:
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ by Elder Christofferson
And There Shall Be No More Death by Elder Johnson
How to use Scripture Sketchnotes:
TRACE. You can also trace these into your scriptures or journal using a light box or a sunny window. My husband made me an awesome lightbox, but this one is a great option for you to purchase.
COLORING PAGE. Use as a coloring page for your kids to work on during family scripture time. Write additional notes and insights on the pages as you go. You could add all the completed sketchnotes pages to a binder to keep as a reminder of the gospel topics you’ve discussed together.
STICKER PAPER. Print on clear sticker paper and cut apart the doodles to add to your scripture journal or into the margins of your scriptures. (This year, I am using this free wide-margin New Testament PDF that I had printed and spiral bound at a local copy shop. But there are many wide-margin options available.)
Printing on clear sticker paper allows you to add color to the doodles using colored pencils, but still be able to see the words beneath them. I have tried out a few different kinds of colored pencils on this sticker paper. Ergosoft pencils and Prismacolor pencils work really well.
You might also like my other sketchnotes posts.
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