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PURPOSE: 
To help class members see the many different ways they can participate in temple and family history work and to encourage them to prayerfully determine the ways they should participate now.

1. Meridian Magazine

2. Neuman Institute

3. Tedd Gibbons

4. Gospel Doctrine Handout for Lesson 40 by Doug Simpson

5. LDS Living

6. Bill Beardall's [lesson outline] [handout]

7. LDS Gospel Doctrine Plus

8. Making Precious Things Plain

9. (Video) He Was a Blacksmith - This video shows how family history consultants find creative ways to involve an entire family in family history and temple work. (2:11)

10. Scripture Roundtable

11. Truth and Light









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