Tag: LDS Printables

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Don't Let your faith dim in the storm of life


It seems like everywhere I turn these days, someone I love and care about is struggling and going through trials.  And they are all different.  Some are physical while others are, mental or emotional.  Life is just hard sometimes.

There are many things that ground me and the most important one is my faith in Jesus Christ.  That he is my redeemer and my savior.

I found this quote, “Don’t let your faith dim in the storm of life.”  I then went to read the whole talk given by Bruce D. Porter titled, Beautiful Mornings. It’s is a very inspiring read.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.  Here’s one more quote from him that I loved.

“Trials may come, and we may not understand everything that happens to us or around us. But if we humbly, quietly trust in the Lord, He will give us strength and guidance in every challenge we face. When our only desire is to please Him, we will be blessed with a deep inner peace.”


For more inspirational goodness go check out these great FREE printables!

I Know My Savior Loves Me From Kristen Duke


12 Visiting Teaching Printables from No Biggie


Step in Faith from Somewhat Simple


You Are Loved from Simple As That


Your Choices from LDS Lane


So I feel pretty lucky to have these amazing people in my life.  They each make my life so much better!

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how to raise my girls to have good morals and high self esteem when everything around us seems to want to tear and break people down.

Each Monday night our little family gets together and we have Family Home Evening.  Through Pinterest I found a blog, A year of FHE, and Emilie has a lesson titled “Our Family.”  I loved the lesson and found that it was just what I had been searching for as a way to get and keep our family on track.

As I was reading through the lesson, I found a list of Family goals and loved them.

1. Have family prayer every night and morning.
2. Teach children the gospel every week in family home evening.
3. Study the scriptures regularly as a family.
4. Do things together as a family, such as work projects, outings, and decision making.
5. Learn to be kind, patient, long-suffering, and charitable.
6. Attend Church meetings regularly.
7. Keep a family history, perform temple work together, and receive the sealing ordinances of the temple.
8. Follow the counsel of the Lord in D&C 88:119: “Organize yourselves; prepare every needful thing; and establish a house, even a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a house of glory, a house of order, a house of God.”


Now whatever religion you may be, the list above is a great guide to help keep your children centered and learning morals and values in the home.  Things that you want them to know.  If something doesn’t apply to you, skip over it or think up something else you want as a goal in your family.

So my challenge to you is to have a fun meeting with your family and make a list of Family Goals.  I created this fun printable to help you once you have them written up. The Frame and House picture are from Crystal Wilkerson Designs.

How to Set Family Goals


You can just type in the file and print it out.  Hang it up so everyone in the family can remember what you are striving to do.

Our offer from almost 2 years ago still stands too.

I Am A Child of God Free Printable

I’m so excited about all the work I’m doing for my girl’s room.  It is in the room that I did the Chevron Wall in.  It is going to be amazing with darling frames from Poppy Seed Projects.  I wanted the frames to be filled with cute pictures of them, the family, but also of some fun quotes.  You are all in luck cause today I wanted to share a Free Printable that I made to go in their room.

I Am A Child Of God



I am using some other cute printables from Crystal Wilkerson’s Color Combo 4, so I just used some of my favorite colors from there and made this printable.

Download the Girl version here:

Download Black

Download the Boy version here:

Download Black

Being a mom of 3 girls, everything I make tends to be on the girly side.  I made a boy, or more gender neutral version, too.  These are sized for 16×20 posters but you could crop them to make them a smaller size.  Also, if you upload to print, make sure you remember to click on “Don’t autocolor correct.”  It will change the look of the colors.

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