A Lenten Personal Progress – Day 3

value-integrityNeed a project idea? Consider holding a Book of Mormon marathon – a sleepover where the young women get together and read through the entire Book of Mormon in roughly 24 hours. Not only would this complete your Virtue value project, but would make a great project for any of several other values if you participate significantly in planning the event, scheduling guests, preparing food/treats, etc.

Are there any great projects you’ve been involved in or seen accomplished by others? Leave a comment!

Day 3 (Friday)

flower-virtueBook of Mormon: Read 1 Nephi 14-17: Lehi finds the Liahona. Nephi is commanded to build a ship.

flower-virtueStart and complete Virtue 3: Read Alma 5 and make a list of things you can and will do to prepare to receive the blessings of Heavenly Father.

flower-integrityBegin Integrity 2: “Write in your journal the things you can do to improve your personal integrity and at least one new habit you want to develop.”

Remember to:

  • Review and keep your standards (day 3 of 31)
  • Pray morning and evening (day 2 of 21)
  • Begin a new habit related to personal integrity (day 1 of 21)

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I noticed as a went through the schedule that I don’t have things optimally arranged to take advantage of fast and testimony meetings, as some of the experiences involve preparing for the fast or testifying. I’ll try to re-wicker things and post an updated schedule tomorrow.

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About Meg Stout

Meg Stout has been an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ (of Latter-day Saints) for decades. She lives in the DC area with her husband, Bryan, and several daughters. She is an engineer by vocation and a writer by avocation. Meg is the author of Reluctant Polygamist, laying out the possibility that Joseph taught the acceptability of plural marriage but may have privately defied the commandment for love of his wife, Emma.

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