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FHE Lessons

We strive to provide engaging family home evening lessons to strengthen your faith. Our FHE lessons cover a wide variety of topics, including faith, baptism, general conference, and more. In most of our FHE lessons, you’ll find three different lessons plans: one for children, one for teens and adults, and one for single study.

Family Time

While it can be easy to get caught up in planning activities and coordinating schedules, it’s significant to remember why families are important. “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” states, “The divine plan of happiness enables family relationships to be perpetuated beyond the grave.” Thus, strengthening those relationships helps us prepare for eternal life. Check out this great family home evening lesson on Family Time! Scripture: Mosiah 4:15 Hymn: Love At Home Lesson: T-I-M-E Spells Love Treat: Crescent Pepperoni Rollups or Buffalo Chicken Bites Activity: Plan, or have a surprise family outing! View entire lesson...

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We Need Prophets

Prophets speak not only to the people of their time, but they also speak to people throughout all time. Their voices echo through the centuries as a testament of God’s will to His children. Today is not different from ages past. The Lord does not love the people of our day any less than in past times. Check out this great family home evening lesson on modern prophets! Scripture: Amos 3:7 Hymn: Follow The Prophet or We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet Lesson: Why Do We Need Prophets? Treat: No Bake Peanut Butter Pie or Iced Pumpkin Spice Cake Activity: Prepare, Review, and Play! View entire lesson...

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Religious Freedom

As members of the Church we have the fulness of the gospel, but we can still learn much from our brothers and sisters outside our faith: The service shown by Mother Teresa, the strength shown by Gandhi, and the examples of many other people and organizations around the world that give time and money to those in need. We are truly blessed to have the privilege to worship “how, where, or what [we] may” and we should allow others to do the same (see A of F 1:11). While we may not agree with all their beliefs, we can search for the good in every faith, respect it, and use it to strengthen ourselves. Check out this great family home evening lesson on Freedom of Religion! Scripture: A of F 1:11 Hymn: Do What Is Right Lesson: What Religious Freedom Requires Treat: Smores On a Stick or Dessert Quesadilla Activity: Interfaith service, event, or lesson. View entire lesson...

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Saints for All Seasons

We have seasons in our lives as well. Some are warm and pleasant. Others are not. Some of the days in our lives are as beautiful as pictures in a calendar. And yet there are days and circumstances that cause heartache and may bring into our lives deep feelings of despair. As I look over my own life, it is apparent that many of the times of greatest growth have come to me while passing through stormy seasons. Check out this great family home evening lesson on being Faithful every Season! Scripture: 2 Nephi 2:11 Hymn: How Firm a Foundation Lesson: Saints for All Seasons Treat: Dulce De Leche or Pull-Apart Bread Activity: Hymns, Service, Charades. View entire lesson...

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Justice & Mercy

Jesus said, “Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy” (Matthew 5:7). To be merciful is to treat someone with patience and love, instead of being judgmental or harsh. Through His example, Jesus Christ taught us how to be merciful.Check out this great family home evening lesson on Justice and Mercy! Scripture: Alma 34:16 Hymn: ‘Tis Sweet to Sing the Matchless Love Lesson: Justice & Mercy Treat: Raspberry Ice or Peach and Raspberry Parfait Activity: Freeze tag, or Movie Night! View entire lesson...

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The Influence of Music

President Thomas S. Monson said: “Music can help you draw closer to your Heavenly Father. It can be used to educate, edify, inspire, and unite. However, music can, by its tempo, beat, intensity, and lyrics, dull your spiritual sensitivity. You cannot afford to fill your minds with unworthy music. Check out this great family home evening lesson on the music around us! Scripture: D&C 136:28 Hymn: There Is Sunshine in My Soul Today Lesson: The Influence of Music Treat: Fruity Popcorn or Banana Ice Cream Activity: Musical Chairs, or perform some music! View entire lesson...

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The Wonder of the Creation

As we read and discuss the Creation story, we may experience feelings of reverent awe as we give thoughtful consideration to what the gift of the Creation means to us and to what the Creator would have us learn from it. Check out this great family home evening lesson on The Creation! Scripture: D&C 59:7 Hymn: For the Beauty of the Earth Lesson: The Wonder of the Creation Treat: Rice Pudding or BLT Pizza Sliders Activity: Take a walk with family members and look for the beauty of nature. View entire lesson...

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Anchor to The Rock

Just like rock climbing alone can be dangerous, living your life without the help of the Savior can have disastrous consequences. Check out this great family home evening lesson on Anchoring to the Rock of our salvation! Scripture: Helaman 5:12 Hymn: The Lord Is My Light Lesson: Anchor To The Rock Treat: Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles or Baked Sweet Potato Fries Activity: Try rock climbing, or make rock candy! View entire lesson...

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On My Honor

Think with me about President Gordon B. Hinckley, President Thomas S. Monson, and President James E. Faust taking the Scout Oath. Can you think of anything in the oath that they are not living daily? Do the other great men you know—your fathers, bishops, stake presidents, seminary teachers, and Scout leaders—live in harmony with the Scout Oath? They do .Check out this great family home evening lesson on Scouting! Scripture: D&C 4:2 Hymn: I’ll Go Where You Want Me to Go Lesson: The Merits of Scouting Treat: Citrus Fruit Salad or Red Velvet Cheesecake Dip Activity: Plan a camping trip! Or play a scouting game! View entire lesson...

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Gossip

Gossip does have a chilling effect on those who bear the brunt of it. Generally, our reputations are important to us, and there is an inherent, disconcerting unfairness about labels given or rumors spread when we’re not able to defend ourselves. Such words can be frustrating, painful, and even harmful at times.Check out this great family home evening lesson on Gossip! Scripture: Exodus 20:16 Hymn: Let Us Oft Speak Kind words Lesson: Choosing Not To Gossip Treat: Orange Creamsicles or Banana No Bake Cookies Activity: Charades Telephone •View entire lesson...

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