Mormon Share’s Object Lessons [Resource]

I am a huge fan of object lessons. I try to work them into my sermons whenever and however I can. For me, however, the hardest part of using an object lesson is coming up with an object lesson. With that being said, let me introduce you to Mormon Share’s list of Object Lessons.

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I need to slap a huge disclaimer on this blog post. I have major Biblical and doctrinal issues with Mormanism. I do not support everything on this site and I do not believe you should just blindly use everything they say on this site. With that being said, I have also yet to find a more comprehensive and original list of object lessons anywhere on the internet. Therefore, I plan to use it to the Glory of God!

For me, however, the hardest part of using an object lesson is coming up with an object lesson.

With that disclaimer clearly stated, let me explain a little about this resource. Morman Share is a Mormon website with various resources to help teachers communicate their lessons (it’s worth exploring what they offer). While they do offer a plethora of free resources (most of which are geared towards kids), I want to draw your attention to their list of object lessons. Many of them are simple and original. One problem that I have noticed with just using Google to find object lessons is that you will find the same object lessons again and again. The people of Mormon Share really did a good job at not letting that happen and putting together some creative lessons.

As I noted, the object lessons do tend to be geared towards children, but a little bit of creativity can adjust them to use in any setting. Not all the lessons listed are winners, but I have gotten more than a fair share of good ideas from this site. To me, that makes it worth sharing with you.

I have been using this site for many years and it has helped me many times when my creative gears were gunked up. Check it out and maybe you can find some ideas to take your lessons to the next level.

You can see the list of object lessons here.

What did you think of the object lessons? Do you know any other good sites for object lessons?

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