Monday, September 22, 2014

Story Time in the Mesa Temple Visitors' Center

"And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of thy children."
3 Nephi 22:13

The Mesa Temple Visitors' Center missionaries invited children to come to the Visitors' Center to hear stories of Jesus, and sing primary songs which teach us how to follow his words and his example.

The children were taught about the Savior rescuing the lost sheep 

Sisters Kohler, Grow, Lund and Younce prepare for the arrival of the children

Many hands make light work in the preparation for the Story Hour

Elder Andrus dressed as the Wise Man for the first song as the children gathered

Children participated in singing about the Wise Man and the Foolish Man led by Sisters Lund, Rios and Grow

Children and parents enjoyed the stories and singing

Sisters Duffin and Pajaro told the story of Jesus calming the sea while the children held the ship and the waves of the sea

Children acted out the part of the wind, rain and sea
and were encouraged to pray to the Savior when they were in need or danger

Sister Ballard told the story of the Ten Lepers who were healed by the Savior, and taught the importance of expressing gratitude for our blessings

Sisters Rios, Grow and Lund sang with the children "Jesus wants me for a Sunbeam" accompanied by Sister Andrus
Sisters Younce and Kohler told the story of the Lost Sheep and the Savior's Rescue

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