ACTIVITY: Faithful Serv”ant” service planner
Use for Family Home Evening, Primary Sharing Time,
Young Women or Youth, Activity Days*
If we study an ant we would realize they are one of the most industrious insects. They are always working to make life better. We too can be faithful Serv”ants” and serve others.
1. Print and color the Faithful Serv”ant” Project Planner.
2. Answer the questions on the planner, e.g., “who,” “what,” etc. to plan your service project. Then complete the service project.
THOUGHT TREATS: (Ant Farm Fudge). Melt a bag of sweetened chocolate chips, ½ can of sweetened and condensed milk, and ½ teaspoon vanilla in the microwave for 2 minutes. Stir, and cook another minute or two until melted. When cool, butter fingers and roll fudge into balls. Press down and top with chocolate-covered or plain raisins (ants). Tell youth that ants are farming all day, working hard to serve. We too can be like the industrious ants.
USE IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER:
October: “Becoming More Christlike”
“Be perfect even as I, or your Father who is in heaven is perfect”
“Come Follow Me” Lesson: How can I be more Christlike in my service to others?
November: “Spiritual and Temporal Self-Reliance”
“The power is in them, wherein they are agents unto themselves” (D&C 58:28).
“Come, Follow Me” Lesson: What is the Lord’s way of providing for the poor and needy?
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*ACTIVITY DAYS (Girls ages 8-11 to achieve specific goals): See I Will Be a Serv”ant” – Activity Days, Serving Others – Goal 10 (includes invitation shown right)